Cigarettes and tobacco will not get the public view burdening the large shop-owners and supermarkets owner to make a place to hide them. By this support is extended to smokers who want to give up smoking. Bigger Shop Staff can serve customers for day-to-day tasks but should hide tobacco products out of their sight. If they are not complying then they may get fined or imprisonment. After some years, even smaller shops will have to hide these products which are harming health of people.
It seems that if cigarettes are displayed in colourful and eye-catching displays then young people surely gets attracted to smoking. And to stop the trend of teenagers moving into smoking this act will help a lot to shift the culture. Moving furthermore, the British government is consulting on introducing plain packaging for packets of cigarettes and other tobacco products as Attractive packages of cigarettes are attracting teenagers to smoke.
It seems that there are more than a third of smokers who say they want to stop. Each year, there are nearly 800,000 smokers who try to quit. But only 50% of them succeed. England government wants to continue to increase that proportion helping more people to stop.
More than thousands of children aged under 16 try smoking each year. Many have the impression that if cigarettes are hidden then it will attract more young people. They are trying to act against smoking for the simple reason that most smokers want to quit.