Tobacco firm Philip Morris has distributed containers the same size as 10-packs of cigarettes – which are about to be banned. The maker of Marlboro cigarettes has been accused of trying to sidestep new UK laws on plain packaging by rolling out durable tins that look just like ordinary cigarette packets. Alex Cunningham, the Labour MP for Stockton North and a vocal campaigner for plain packaging, said the move appeared to be a ploy to prolong the visibility of Marlboro’s brand in the UK. Read the full article at: www.theguardian.com