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UKVIA's Trip to China

The UKVIA Director General has visited China to train some of the world’s leading vape companies on the UK’s regulatory landscape

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The WVA Speaks Out

The World Vapers’ Alliance speaks out about Rishi Sunak’s anti-vape legislation and the overregulation taking place in Turin

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Government Ignores Vaping Industry

The Vaping industry has been shunned yet again by the government as it fails to invite the industry and consumers to give evidence to the Tobacco and Vape Bill Committee

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No To the Vape Tax

The New Nicotine Alliance and Vapers.org.uk have set up the No Vape Tax website to campaign against the ridiculous tax proposals aimed at getting people to vape more weak e-liquid

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ASA’s Idiotic Ruling Against IBVTA

The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that an Independent British Vape Trade Association advertorial breached advertising code despite being nothing but truthful and honest

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‘Quit Like Sweden’ Launched

International health experts have rallied behind a major new global effort to replicate Sweden’s success at eradicating smoking by embracing a comprehensive approach that could prevent many millions of premature deaths worldwide

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UKVIA Responds to Hospital Admission Coverage

The UK Vaping Industry Association has responded to recent media coverage about hospital admissions related to vaping amongst children

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How To Change Health Policy Strategies?

A SMOPHED study are to conduct an investigation on vapers and smokers accessing emergency hospital department to inform how we can change public health policy strategies

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White Paper Clarifies the Vaping Landscape

The Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates says that a new white paper, “Understanding Disposable and Rechargeable Vape Products”, clarifies the vaping landscape

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NNA Writes to Regulatory Policy Committee

The New Nicotine Alliance consumer charity has written to the Regulatory Policy Committee to express its concerns about the Impact Assessment for the Tobacco and Vapes Bill