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Dr Simon Clay is disappointed that pubs will be given 'wiggle room' to permit smoking if they don't serve food. Dr Clay, a GP in Birmingham, contributed to the BMA's dossier of evidence on passive smoking after reporting the case of a young professional pub singer who developed tongue cancer.

He welcomed the plans to restrict smoking in public places, but said they should have gone further and that it was frustrating to have to wait until 2008.

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