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That this House expresses concern that children aged 16 years and under have easy walk-in access to unstaffed coin-operated tanning salons; notes that some operators charge as little as 25 pence per minute for a tanning session; is concerned that coin-operated tanning centres do not have trained staff to provide advice and assistance and to restrict access; believes that unstaffed salons can be inappropriately used by children and people with health problems who should not use sunbeds; recognises that such salons rely on posters to provide awareness on exposure to UV rays and skin types that are not appropriate for tanning; and calls on the Government to restrict the use of coin-operated tanning equipment and to fine and prosecute operators of unstaffed coin-operated salons who allow children access to tanning equipment.
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