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Revision as of 17:49, 5 March 2020

Welcome to TobaccoTactics

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We investigate the strategies and tactics the tobacco industry uses to undermine public health. Our rigorously-sourced profiles of the key players, organisations, allies and techniques of the tobacco industry make Tobacco Tactics a vital resource. Journalists, academics, policy-makers, advocates and researchers use our work because they value our evidence-based approach and accessible style.

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Read our latest research on these key topics

EU Tobacco Products Directive | Leaked Tobacco Industry Documents | Lobby Groups | Next Generation Products | E-cigarettes | Heated Tobacco Products | Snus | Plain Packaging | Smuggling | Think Tanks | Third Party Techniques | Tobacco Companies

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What’s New in the Media

A selection of the latest media articles covering tobacco control. You can also visit the latest publications by Tobacco Tactics academics.


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21 November 2019

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2 August 2019

30 July 2019

  • New research from Hiscock, Branston & Gilmore (University of Bath) and Partos, McNeill & Hitchman (King College London) in Tobacco Control looks at UK tobacco price changes which challenge industry concerns that higher taxes force smokers to buy illicit tobacco.

25 July 2019

  • A new database released by STOP (Stopping Tobacco Organizations and Products) reveals dozens of groups from around the world aiding the tobacco industry in its considerable efforts to subvert public health policies.

13 June 2019

7 June 2019

6 June 2019

5 June 2019

31 May 2019

31 May 2019

27 May 2019

18 May 2019

  • T.Elliott, Big Tobaccos’ shadowy new play:, With health authorities stubbing out much of Big Tobacco’s business, and vaping on the rise, one of the industry’s biggest players says it plans to stop selling cigarettes. Is that just hot air?, Sydney Morning Herald

18 May 2019

15 May 2019

10 May 2019


What's New on TobaccoTactics

Some of our most recently updated pages

24 February 2020

17 February 2020

11 February 2020

29 January 2020

  • Updated details on 18 industry allies from around the world, including Think Tanks ,Lobby Groups ,Front Groups, Trade Associations and others which are part of the tobacco industry’s tried and tested Third Party Techniques for undermining public health policies. See also an interactive map of the groups on the STOP website.

24 January 2020

  • New Country Profile on Ghana, providing insights on tobacco control efforts and highlighting the interference by the tobacco industry in the African country.

20 December 2019

25 November 2019

14 November 2019

5 November 2019

  • Imperial Tobacco is going through significant leadership changes. Today the company announced a new Chairman, Thérèse Esperdy, who will take over from Mark Williamson effective 1 January 2020.

30 October 2019

  • New Country profile on Chile, exposing tobacco industry tactics in the South American country.

25 October 2019

  • New page examining the Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade (TRACIT) which works with governments and regulators on combatting illicit trade and has extensive tobacco industry connections, echoing their arguments and agendas.

24 October 2019

7 October 2019

25 September 2019

24 September 2019

  • New page: JUUL Labs, an e-cigarette company part-owned by tobacco giant Altria.

23 September 2019

18 September 2019

  • Tobacco companies often use credible, respected third parties to be its voice. New example: PMI consultant Professor Robert Eccles.

19 August 2019

02 August 2019

25 July 2019

20 June 2019

7 June 2019

3 June 2019

29 May 2019

24 May 2019

17 May 2019

  • Profile on Yusuf Abramjee, spokesperson for #TakeBacktheTax and his ties with the tobacco industry.

16 May 2019

  • Profile on the 'most prolific' academic writer on e-cigarettes Riccardo Polosa and his relationship with tobacco companies.

9 May 2019

2 May 2019

  • New page: A comprehensive look at the history of Motorsport Sponsorship by tobacco companies and current controversies

Editorial Oversight


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