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However, the report informed the statement of licensing policy of many licensing boards across Scotland on the introduction of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005.in the form of the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2015.
This section gives information on NHS Health Scotland´s tobacco programme.In recent years there have been major developments in smoking cessation and tobacco control in Scotland, including recognition by the Scottish Government of the important role that smoking cessation can play in improving the health and wellbeing of the population of Scotland.The Scottish Government introduced a national tobacco control strategy in March 2013 ‘Creating a smoke-free generation’.Smoking is one of the principal preventable causes of illness and premature death in Scotland.The Adult Entertainment Working Group was a Scottish governmental advisory body set up within the Scottish Government by Tom Mc Cabe MSP to investigate the legislative issues involved in a proposed lapdancing ban in Scotland.The working group, headed by Linda Costelloe Baker, consisted of academics, lawyers and politicians, and had a working period from April 2005 until April 2006.
It commissioned the market research organisation Ipsos MORI to examine the public's attitudes towards adult entertainment, The group concluded that lap dancing venues are a form of "commercial sexual exploitation...which encompasses pornography, internet sex chat rooms, sex phone lines, escort services, prostitution, trafficking for prostitution, peep shows, lap dancing, pole dancing, table dancing and stripping".It recommended reviewing the licensing of lap dancing venues and proposed national guidelines to prevent performers from touching or being touched by customers, ensuring that activities are visible at all times, and introducing a minimum age of 18 for everyone involved.The Scottish Executive accepted a number of the recommendations, but it rejected the idea that licensing boards should be able to determine whether full nudity is appropriate in given locales.It also rejected the idea of a compulsory one-metre no-touching zone between dancer and customer, suggesting that this would be unenforceable.It did, however, propose to enable Licensing Boards to consider nude dance venues as a separate class of venue.No legislation directly followed the group's report.