The Committee’s report said the limitations on refill strengths and sizes and on advertising e-cigarettes should be removed. The move would allow retailers to sell and advertise a larger range of products to their customers. It would also allow tobacco manufacturers to insert vaping promotional material into tobacco packs.
Commenting on the tax status, the report said: “E-cigarettes should remain the least-taxed and conventional cigarettes the most, with heat-not-burn products falling between the two.”
The report also called for an urgent review of the prescription of e-cigarettes by the NHS.
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