Regulating the vape trade

SPORTING catchy names like Empire, Juice and Boss, they have gradually become part of our retail landscape. But selling them is currently illegal under the Poisons Act 1952.

I am talking about retail outlets selling liquids or gels containing nicotine for use in vaping products or ecigarettes that are mushrooming all around us. Some also sell ecigarette cartridges and heated tobacco products, but most mainly deal with liquids or gels containing nicotine, which is a blatant breach of the Poisons Act.

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