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Subject Invitation | Friends of Forest Virtual Christmas Drinks!
Date December 10, 2020 11:10 AM
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Eat. Drink. Smoke. Vape.
Thursday 17th December 2020 from 6.00pm

You are invited ([link removed]) to join us for a Friends of Forest Virtual Christmas Drinks party on Zoom. Bring your own refreshments and whatever else will put you in a festive mood.

Hosted by Forest director Simon Clark and Rob Lyons (author of our 2020 report 'Prohibition: A bad idea that won't go away'), guests include Chris Snowdon (Institute of Economic Affairs), Patrick Basham (Democracy Institute), Brian Monteith (former MSP and MEP), Ian O'Doherty (columnist, Irish Independent), Elise Rasmussen (Tobacco Reporter) and John Mallon (Forest Ireland).

We will review the year and discuss a variety of topics including smoking and Covid, public tolerance of creeping prohibition, the future of the Great British and Irish pub, plus the failure of 'experts' to predict, analyse and draw the correct lessons from Covid.

As well as inviting your views on these and other subjects, we also want to hear about the best and worst moments of YOUR year.

Smokers, vapers, non-smokers and ex-smokers – everyone is welcome. To join us please register in advance by clicking on this Eventbrite link ([link removed]) .

We look forward to seeing you!

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