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WHO Covertly Aims To Restrict E-Cigarettes

World Health Organisation E-Cigarettes

Apparently I’m not permitted to report or discuss any information relating to e-cigs, and the WHO’s proposed strategy for regulatory guidelines. I strongly recommend that you ignore everything relating to this matter published here and here. Do not, under any circumstances click on ...

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FDA Publish E-Cig Regulation Proposals

FDA Ecig Regulation Proposals

On Thursday 25th April, the FDA published their long awaited 241 page deeming regulations of e-cigs. A 75 day period now commences which will allow for public comment. I’ve held off writing this up because I’ve been waiting for the ...

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Last Chance Saloon for Sensible EU E-Cig Regulation

EU Vote E-Cig Regulation Tobacco Products Directive

The EU’s Tobacco Products Directive hasn’t gone down well with the vaping community and more notably, with an increasing number of respected physicians. Article 18 states that electronic cigarettes can be placed on the market as a tobacco related product ...

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EU Tobacco Directive E-Cig Regulation

EU Tobacco Directive E-cig Regulation

The text for the EU tobacco directive has been finalized. The EU parliament is set to vote on the final text in spring 2014. I’ll be posting up a follow up article with some analysis and my own personal opinions, ...

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The World’s First Airport Designated Vaping Zone

Heathrow E-Cigarette Vaping Lounge

The world’s first official airport vaping zone is due to open in London’s Heathrow airport in November 2013. The project is being spearheaded by e-cigarette manufacturer Gamucci. Currently Heathrow airport treats e-cigarettes much the same way as traditional cigarettes, up ...

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European Parliament Vote – EU Tobacco Directive

EU Tobacco Directive Brussells

Brussels, October 8th, 2013 – E-Cig users across Europe are anxiously awaiting the outcome of the European Parliamentary vote on the EU Tobacco Directive. Voting commences at 12:00 local time, with a press conference due to follow at 14:00. A ...

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