Tag: united kingdom

E-cigs’ role with vulnerable

E-cigs’ role with vulnerable

| November 17, 2017

Electronic cigarettes have a role to play in helping people with a mental health condition quit smoking, a habit they are particularly at risk of taking up.

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Murder, she suggested

Murder, she suggested

| November 16, 2017

If tobacco manufacturers are to be charged with murder; it cannot be long before armaments manufacturers, alcohol manufacturers, governments … join them in the dock.

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Still working with farmers

Still working with farmers

| November 13, 2017

British American Tobacco, which has been working with tobacco farmers for more than a century, said today it is working to enable prosperous livelihoods for its leaf-supplier farmers.

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Volumes down at Imperial

Volumes down at Imperial

| November 7, 2017

Although its tobacco-product volumes were down by 4.1 percent during its full-year to the end of September, Imperial can take heart from the fact that industry volumes were down by 4.4 percent.

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Call for tobacco-duty freeze

Call for tobacco-duty freeze

| November 7, 2017

Seventy-six percent of people in the UK believe that tobacco taxes there are at about the right level or too high, indicating perhaps that the public recognizes that enough is enough.

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Can cigarette butts take off?

Can cigarette butts take off?

| November 2, 2017

Flying by the seat of your pants could take on a whole new meaning if, as new research has indicated, butts can be used as the basis for energy materials.

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Report backs e-cigarettes

Report backs e-cigarettes

| November 1, 2017

A group of UK parliamentarians believe misinformation is preventing a significant number of smokers from making the decision to switch to vaping.

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Enough is enough

Enough is enough

| October 30, 2017

Have the people of the UK decided that enough is enough when it comes to persecuting smokers? Seventy six percent of them think that banning smoking at home is a step too far.

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E-cig consultation launched

E-cig consultation launched

| October 26, 2017

A lot of observers rightly say that there are gaps in the research into vapor products, but this is only to be expected in respect of a relatively new, fast-evolving category.

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A glowing example

A glowing example

| October 25, 2017

Reducing inhaled-toxicant levels by switching from smoking to vaping should in principle reduce consumer exposure, a potentially important factor in reducing risk.

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Vaping-kit sales boosted

Vaping-kit sales boosted

| October 24, 2017

There can be few people who are not happy with the decision by the UK’s National Health Service to support the use of electronic devices as part of its major annual quit-smoking drive, Stoptober.

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Tobacco tax over-inflated

Tobacco tax over-inflated

| October 23, 2017

Campaigners are concerned that UK smokers are going to be hit with a second tax rise this year, and one that might be based on a flawed measure of inflation.

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Survey supports e-cigs

Survey supports e-cigs

| October 20, 2017

The most worrying issue to come out of a recent survey is that there is still a lack of public awareness around e-cigarettes, even in the UK, where official support for these devices has been solid.

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UK GPs endorse e-cigs

UK GPs endorse e-cigs

| October 17, 2017

The use of electronic cigarettes as an aid in quitting tobacco smoking has been given another endorsement by the UK’s medical establishment.

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Further support for e-cigs

Further support for e-cigs

| October 11, 2017

A report urging wider promotion of electronic cigarettes as a method of stopping smoking has been welcomed by ASH.

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UK workers ‘furious’

UK workers ‘furious’

| October 5, 2017

Japan Tobacco International, which is said to have handed £1.6 billion to shareholders last year, has upset its UK Gallaher workers by proposing to change their pension arrangements.

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IQOS pops up in London

IQOS pops up in London

| September 29, 2017

With the launch of a third IQOS store in London, Philip Morris is trying to deliver on its pledge to convert 100,000 UK smokers to heated tobacco technology.

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Well-off using illegal trade

Well-off using illegal trade

| September 28, 2017

In the UK, cigarette taxes are now so high – so unfair – that few smokers, it seems, feel any obligation about reporting illicit products or illegal trading in them.

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Imperial Brands on track

Imperial Brands on track

| September 28, 2017

In a trading statement, Imperial Brands said today that it was ‘gearing up for new launches in an extended footprint’ of new generation products.

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Using science to reduce risk

Using science to reduce risk

| September 25, 2017

British American Tobacco is putting forward a scientific framework that would allow innovations in next generation products to move quickly, but with regulatory oversight, onto consumer markets.

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