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  • Gen Zers are turning their backs on smoking
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Gen Zers are turning their backs on smoking

The days of school kids having a sneaky cig behind the bike sheds may be coming to an end. An annual report commissioned by the NHS reveals a sharp drop in the number of Gen Zers buying cigarettes from shops in 2016, fitting in line with data that shows Britons are going off smoking.

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