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Campaign urges smokers to ‘take it right outside’, 25/03/14 [S]
Scots who think they are doing enough to protect their children from their second-hand smoke are being targeted as part of a new campaign.

National No Smoking Day, 12/03/14 [S]
Public Health Minister Michael Matheson has used National No Smoking Day to reaffirm the Scottish Government’s commitment to tackle the harm caused by tobacco use.

E-cigarettes Oral Question, 12/03/14 [S]
During Question Time on 12 March 2014 John Mason (SNP) asked the Scottish Government what its position is on the widening availability and increased marketing of e-cigarettes.

E-cigarettes, 27/02/14 [S]
Public Health Minister Michael Matheson has raised concerns about the increased availability and marketing of e-cigarettes.

Promoting Family Recovery Across Scotland Debate, 20/02/14 [S]
Debate in the Scottish Parliament on 20 February 2014 on Promoting Family Recovery Across Scotland. The debate was introduced by John Mason (SNP).

Crackdown on dangerous new drugs, 06/02/14 [S]
A new summit is to be held to discuss ways to crack down on Scotland’s sale and supply of new psychoactive substances, commonly known as ‘legal highs.’

Children and Families Bill Motion, 27/01/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 27 January 2014 by Michael Matheson (SNP) on the UK Children and Families Bill.

Tobacco Written Answer, 16/01/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Richard Simpson's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government how many people have been (a) cautioned and (b) convicted for purchasing tobacco on behalf of someone who is underage.

Health and Sport Committee considers community sport, 14/01/14 [S]
During its meeting of 14 January 2014 the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee held a round-table session to help the Committee assess progress in support of community sport.

Tobacco Written Answer, 16/12/13 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Richard Simpson's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government how many registered tobacco outlets have been (a) warned and (b) convicted for selling tobacco to people who are underage; and how many registered tobacco outlets have had their right to sell tobacco removed as a result of selling to people who are underage.