I would like to propose a question or debate of sorts as to what will happen after March 2019 once the UK has divorced the EU and we are no longer members of the EU. As we are all aware the TRPR/TPD came into effect approx 18 months ago restricting lots of areas within our Hobby the main two being E-Liquid containing nicotine can be no higher than 20 mg and contained in bottles no greater than 10 ml Tanks can no have a cappacity of over 2ml. There are few comapanies out there that have worked within the rules but have made is so there was a similarity to pre TPD/TRPR. Tanks being made and shipped with a silicone bung reducing thier capacity to 2ml to comply with TRPR and TPD which can be easily removed by the end user adding an extra 2ml capacity or slightly more. E-Liquid comapanies selling their products in 50ml bottles etc minus the nicotine and bundeling them with correct number of Nic shots to allow the end user to turn the E Liquid into either 3mg or 6mg . So as we are aware the UK goverment can not make any changes to the TRPR whilst we are still within the EU and by the time we have left we will have been under its boot for 3 years. Once out of the EU and the Uk goverment has adaopted all the laws the wish to import, sorted out any trade deals ( if we leave without one) id say it will be another 3-4 years before they would even consider looking at making any amendments to thr TRPR. By this time we will have been under TRPR for a good 6-7 years, i believe by then it will be similar to the No smoking Ban in Public Places where we will have virtually all just accepted it as the Norm. As for Taxes i wonder how long it will be before we see nicotine containg E-Liquid in the annual budget. Im going to say within the next 2 - 3 years as there are more and more smokers switching from ciggerettes to Vaping either for the health benefits or for savings to thier bank balance. The more that do switch id say the better, however as they do the UK goverment takes a hit on the taxes they currently collect from tobacco, which should in turn reduce the amount of taxes needed by the NHS to cover illness caused by smoking eventually. At present the avg pirce for a 10ml bottle of liquid containing nicotine is £3.50 i'd have to estimate that in 3-4 years that is going to rise to £6 or more not because it cost more to produce but because the Gov are taxing the living daylights out of it to make up for the shortfall they have with smokers switching to Vaping. Please note these are my humble ramblings i am not expert, just what i have come to understand of the TRPR/TPD etc and the Tax Man from varoius snippets ive read online etc. So fellow Apes what are your thoughts, do you think some of my ramblings may hold some truth about them or should i book myself into the nearest hospital and request a 10 by 10 padded cell.