Indicator 1 (I1): The industry's participation in policy development
Indicator 2 (I2): Tobacco industry-related corporate social responsibility activities
Indicator 3 (I3): Benefits given to the tobacco industry
Indicator 4 (I4): Unnecessary interaction between government and industry
Indicator 5 (I5): Measures for transparency
Indicator 6 (I6). Preventing conflicts of interest
Indicator 7 (I7). Measures that prevent industry influence
The United Kingdom (UK) has been a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) since March 16, 2005. While the UK relatively has a lower incidence of interference, an area for improvement would be requiring tobacco industry representatives and affiliates to register with the government, and specifically prohibiting tobacco industry donations to political parties, campaigns, or candidates.