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UK Government should refuse to implement Article 20 of the TPD in light of PHE report

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This petition started by the one and only @Hifistud is the perfect way to start putting pressure on the UK government to take note of the PHE report and tell the EU that Article 20 of the TPD should die. Please sign it and spread the word. Thank you.

The UK’s primary Public Health agency, Public Health England, recently published its review of ecigs in the UK. Its findings are now common knowledge, and, frequently in that document, Article 20 of the Tobacco Products Directive due for implementation in May 2016 is criticised. We call on the Department of Health and the UK Government to refuse to implement Article 20, as it will certainly result in nett harm to UK Public Health by preventing the uptake of effective ecigs by current smokers.

Linking it again here. Yes, I know it’s another petition. If you don’t like petitions, then write to your MP direct saying the same thing, but please do something to keep the pressure on off the back of the positive press. We can sort other issues out later.

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Author: Beki

A Mad middle aged woman who lives in the middle of nowhere, Scotland with a parrot, two Jack Russells, some koi, and a tank full of tropical fish. I have M.E. but that's really not important. I draw, paint, write, game, garden, blog and enjoy a good vape. I have three lovely grown up offspring, and 2 ex-husbands. I do genuinely have the legal title of 'Lady Rebecca Jane [SURNAME]', and am proud to support the restoration project which bestowed that title on me. I will happily explain where to find more information on this if you contact me.

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