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a big change of the big tobacco a hundred and twenty grapes calling for a levy on all tobacco companies with the money raised going towards anti smoking measures the lobby group ash says smoking costs the national health service at least two billion pounds each year while the industry makes more than one billion in profits , we definitely could be contributing more unaware realistic about achieving , so much , around one in five people in and , down to one in twenty by twenty thirty five , highest , i figure if any country in europe if you put another tax on top of that it would push people would push up prices which would ban push people into buying that struck a from illicit illegal sources ruckus says that means less money for the states , the government already considering a levy will weigh the arguments as it begins to formulates and new smoking strategy