United States

14th March 1997 at 00:00
United States: A nationwide network of teenage spies is being set up in the latest anti-smoking blitz. An e-mail denunciation page and a freephone spy line have been established under laws which say that anyone under 27 must show a photo-identification to prove they are 18 or older to buy cigarettes.

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