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That this House notes that the number of people using stop smoking services has decreased by over 50 per cent in the last five years due to the emergence of e-cigarettes and other tobacco alternatives; further notes that a market-based solution is the chief reason for this decline rather than the taxpayer-funded health campaigns; notes the recent comments of the Local Government Association on this issue stating spending large volumes of money on a service people are not using will fast undermine the cost-effectiveness of providing it; and calls on the Government and on all local authorities to review such services in light of these findings to ensure that they still represent value for money.
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