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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
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The Science and Technology Committee examine the impact of electronic cigarettes on human health (including their effectiveness as a stop-smoking tool), the suitability of regulations guiding their use, and the financial implications of a growing market on both business and the NHS.
Evidence given by John Dunne, Director, UK Vaping Industry Association, Fraser Cropper, Chair, Independent British Vape Trade Association, and Sarah Jakes, Chair, New Nicotine Alliance
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Science and Technology Committee examines aspects of e-cigarette policy, including regulation and advertisement