Steve Whitehouse, chairman of Wales Heads of Trading Standards said: "Across Wales, we have seen more than half (59%) of trading standards test purchases with young volunteers result in underage sales from vending machines.
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Steve Whitehouse, chairman of Wales Heads of Trading Standards, said: "Banning sales of tobacco from vending machines is a step in the right direction to reducing smoking addiction in childhood and improving the public health of our communities.
The Wales Heads of Trading Standards (WHoTS) have submitted a successful bid for the Wales region and funding has been granted for a three-year project.
The confidential helpline, launched by Cardiff Trading Standards with the Wales Heads of Trading Standards, is part of the All Wales Illegal Money Lending Unit.
It has been set up by Cardiff Trading Standards, with the Wales Heads of Trading Standards, and is part of the All Wales Illegal Money Lending Unit.
A Wales Heads of Trading Standards Group spokesman said yesterday, 'This survey demonstrates that an element of the second-hand trade has little regard for the health and safety of consumers.
The Wales Heads of Trading Standards product safety group found that 65 per cent of second hand irons, toasters, lamps and TVs failed to meet safety regulations.