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Smoking out Cameron

"An Englishman's Castle Jan 15th

Firms could buy and sell permits to make alcoholic drinks or fatty foods under plans being put to Tory leaders.

The system would work along the same lines as carbon trading schemes aimed at tackling pollution.

The proposal, put forward at a Conservative summit on social responsibility, comes from an advisory group set up by leader David Cameron.

What the feck are they smoking?... "

Compare my question with The Times today (Jan 19th)
Cameron takes crackpot business approach
The Conservative Party’s Working Group on Respon- sible Business is likely to revive the debate about David Cameron’s youthful use of illicit drugs. For it raises one question: what has he been smoking?


One really wonders. This is policy made in a smoke-filled room.

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