Today in random headlines
The BBC's link is broken, but other sites that attended to the story provide the lede, or something like it:
The UK government could raise at least £500m a year by capping the amount of profit tobacco companies can make from cigarettes, academics say.
Pointing, I guess, to the idea that there's some sort of call to regulate some aspect of tobacco in some way that would resemble the way water is regulated.
I'm especially interested in our British colleagues' response: Did this one make any sense without the story?