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PM 'respects' Tory MPs who voted against smoking ban

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PM 'respects' Tory MPs who voted against smoking ban

PM 'respects' Tory MPs who voted against smoking ban

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says he 'completely respects' MPs who voted against proposals for a phased smoking ban - including 57 of his own Conservative MPs, six of whom are serving Cabinet ministers.

The Bill passed its first stage in the Commons on Tuesday, with support from Labour.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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