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Cash'n'Carrion Those cheeky chappies down at UK satire website The Rockall Times have decided to reprint their campaigning smoking t-shirts following Tony Blair's announcement that he intends to ban smoking in all London's public areas, pubs and clubs.

A spokesman for the website - which has just released an official policy permitting smoking in all of Rockall's bars and lap-dancing establishments - said: "While we do not endorse smoking in any way, and would prefer our children to indulge in healthy teen activities - like binge drinking and fighting - we cannot endorse the New Labour jackboot stamping once again on the flag of freedom."

Those Rockall Times smoking t-shirts in full

So, if you missed 'em the first time round, you have a choice of messages available to express your support for The Rockall Times' campaign to put a gasper in every baby's mouth by 2008:

These top-quality, 100 per cent cotton offerings go out at £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT), and are available here in sizes from medium to XXL. ®

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