In the summer she was telling all who would listen that she should be part of your August Bank Holiday planning, and now she is rudely gate-crashing family Christmas celebrations too.
Fiona Andrews, director of Smokefree South West, said: “Everyone looks forward to spending quality time with friends and family over Christmas, but it doesn't come cheap.
"People are still feeling the effects of the recession but their children will expect top presents and a roast with all the trimmings so something has got to give.
“Smoking is certainly an expensive habit to have, and stopping smoking in the months leading up to Christmas could make all the difference to the family budget.
Ms Andrews added: “Christmas is a time when families spend quality time together, but this increases the chance that children may be exposed to passive smoking, so our message is if you do smoke, to take it outside to protect your family."This, by the way, is Fiona Andrews whose role as director of Smokefree South West is entirely funded by your taxes. Fiona doesn't need to worry too much about financing her own "top presents and a roast with all the trimmings" because it is all paid for by you, along with everything else she enjoys at your expense.
So, in light of the fact that families spend more on taxes than they do on housing, energy and food combined, it would also make a big "difference to the family budget" if lots of people like Fiona Andrews were sacked, would it not?
Since she cares so much about family finances, I take it she will therefore 'think of the children' whose parents are strapped for cash at the moment and petition the NHS strategic health authority to close down her collection of tax-spongers forthwith.
While "people are still feeling the effects of the recession", a selfless gesture like that would make for a great Christmas present, Fiona, while simultaneously enabling everyone to enjoy the festive period without having to listen to your state-funded shroud-waving and fake concern for our finances. Just sayin'.