With author Tim Pritchard, she wrote the book Street Girl, to deglamorise
gang culture and expose its grim realities.
The 64-year-old, who went head to head with fictional dealers for five years on the 80s show, said the move would deglamorise
The charity said: "We must introduce plain packs and act now to deglamorise
this deadly habit.
Efforts to deglamorise
the IPL have been going on ever since Lalit Modi -- the brain behind the sporting extravaganza -- got into trouble.
It is, therefore, not difficult to understand the industry's confusion after Lansley, now secretary of state for health, revealed at the weekend that the new government was considering forcing tobacco companies to package their cigarettes in plain brown wrappers in a bid to deglamorise
smoking and stop young people taking it up.
It is a prevention measure and we want young people to see that gangs are not glamorous so we can deglamorise
gun crime,' said Handsworth-born Mr Gordon.
So I applaud a two-pronged initiative proposed by the UK's Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith and the Home Secretary Theresa May to deglamorise
gangs with tougher sentences.
According to sources, Deepika took her role so seriously that she instructed her stylists and make- up artists to deglamorise
her otherwise bold looks.
The union's Dr Vivienne Nathanson said: "It is essential further action is taken to promote a tobacco-free lifestyle that deglamorises
With its live by the sword die by the sword amorality and climactic whorehouse shoot out, it's an unashamed homage to Sam Peckinpah, while the final bullet riddled scene with its graphic wounds, both evokes (buffs will have recognised the kidnappers' last names) and totally deglamorises
the end of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.