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Bandwidth thieves at the DoH?

Pravda Central has a release about the forthcoming ban in smoking in pubs etc, which it mendaciously calls 'the official countdown to smokefree (sic) England', it being nothing of the sort.

So far, so very very uninteresting. Jumping from hyperlink to hyperlink I ended up at the section with the official 'no smoking' signs. The signs themselves are hosted at an Australian domain: http://smokefree.profero.com.au/files/a5_sign_sf_premises.pdf

Most curious.

Then there is the guidance:

* Smokefree (sic) premises sign must be at least A5 in area (210mm x 148mm).
* The international no-smoking symbol in both signs must be at least 70mm in diameter.
* Both signs must be printed in colour (red and black on a white background).

This begs the question whether the use of no smoking signs using, say, magenta and lime green would give an opening for legal address

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Anonymous Jeff said... 4:24 pm

I notice that the sign itself does not comply with the usual standard for industrial and commercial safety signs! (Prohibition notices have the wording in white letters on a red background.) So I have left a message on their "contact us" page, and will let you know if/when I get any response.  



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