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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT VOTE AGAINST TOBACCO

-tobacco will No longer be displayed at points of sale.

-legally Provide a product that causes death.

-to stop the Presence of tobacco machines in pubs.

-it Reinforces the existing law against easy access to addictive products.

-the new law Will reduce the percentage of addictions amongst

youngsters.

-in time of Recession shop-keepers will lose business.

-campaign Against Labour vote at the general election.

-help prevent Children from becoming potential smokers.

DEGROWTH: WHEN LESS IS MORE

-people Consuming less than at present.

-is a newattitude Concerning consumerism.

-permanent growth.

-might not be Enough in the near future.

-the well-being of people is not necessarily related To having more

resources.

-that progress does not depend only on growth.

-usually against working many hours.

-less happy Now despite being richer.

OVER HALF OF EUROPE’S AMPHIBIANS FACE EXTINCTION BY 2050

-due to the effects, among others, of climate change.

-Because the Effects of viruses on amphibians in that area are already

devastating.

-they are Very pessimistic about the future of Europe’s amphibians.

-amphibians Are essential to certain ecosystems and environments.

-when the Effects are more direct on us

-the extinction of many amphibians because of Infections caused

on them by fungus.

-Because Planet warming will probably affect most amphibian habitats.

-To reduce Gas emissions and to encourage breeding programmes

for threatened species.

ARRANGED MARRIAGES

-are usual in Asian countries.

-to assist People in finding their ideal partner.

-are ready to be married if they find the right Person.

-to be as Compatible as possible.

-Origin.

-can count on their relatives in difficult times.

-are often prejudiced against the idea of arranged Marriages.

-try to make a good impression on each other.

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