The Daily Mirror has reported on how FURIOUS (their caps lock) vapers are, and are uniting behind a fatal motion, placed in the Lords, that could see the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) sent back to the House of Commons for review.
Lord Callanan, previously MEP Martin Callanan, was involved with the TPD as it was being created in Brussels. He tabled the fatal motion after a debate in the House of Lords where it was very evident that the Peers present, found the TPD nonsense.
Vapers have been writing to the Peers and to their MPs, urging them to support the motion and describing their experiences with vaping.
They have also been signing an online petition that currently stands at over 40,000 signatures.
The Fatal motion is tabled as the following: The Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 [should] be annulled on the grounds that its restrictions on product choice and advertising of vaping devices were devised before evidence had accumulated that vaping was enabling many people to quit smoking, run counter to advice from the Royal College of Physicians to promote vaping and are so severe that they could force vapers back to smoking and create a black market with harmful products.
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