Hospital building shelters for smokers who flout ban


A hospital which became an official smoke-free zone seven years ago is to build shelters for smokers who have been flouting the ban.

The James Paget Hospital at Gorleston, in Norfolk, is not alone. Other hospitals in the region say they are finding it impossible to enforce a total ban on smoking.

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