Boris JohnsonDate / 2014-10-17 12:11:24
Boris Johnson has explained proposals to completely ban smoking in the public parks as "nannying and bossy", even as Downing Street supposed there are not any plans to apply the measure across the area of UK.
The London’s mayor set at possibility with a suggestion from a panel of health he set up that will make several of acres of parkland in the London and landmarks together with smoke-free zones Trafalgar Square.
The proposition was outlined in the report released at present and its cancer specialist, author Lord Darzi, who was chosen to chair the Health Commission of London by Mr Johnson, supposed that they could suit a blueprint for the remaining of Britain.
But the London mayor supposed that: This plan in their view, as a tolerant traditional comes down very much on the nannying and bossiness side.
One particular feature of life in the London is that they are a city which permits people to get on with their lives inside the law offered they are not damaging anybody else.
They suppose that smoking is a bane and it is best to depress it (but) they are very skeptical at the particular moment.
He drew on individual experience because he explained their opposition: they must think back to their own life two periods before when their wife and they had a baby.
It came to that particular point when everyone was sleeping and they was in such a temper of complete elation they surprised out into a Islington’s park and it was in the mid of winter but they laid on the base and had a cigar.
They do not wish to be in a city where someone can stand over them and say you have got to pay £115 for performing something that is of no damage to anyone except them.