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Smokers could earn £3,839 after quitting for just a year, figures reveal

Published on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 08:38:00 AM in Daily Express

With cigarettes costing almost £10 a pack, the money you save could be put to far better use. Around eight million Britons still regularly light up, official figures show, even though the habit kills around 80,000 people a year. The 500,000 smokers who have given up in the ...

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