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In the News March 3rd

Thursdays News at a glance: The Tobacco Wars – Annual quiz on e-cigarettes and harm reduction – 2016 – Newsflash: Tobacco companies are incredibly timid – Formaldehyde exposure from 3 e-cigarette formats tested well below WHO quality guidelines – Vaping discussed on BBC Radio Scotland – Law restricting sale of e-cigarettes set to be passed by MSPs – Disabled Vet Becomes Face Of Campaign To End War On E-Cigarettes – EU set to hike taxes on E-cigarettes; Britons may rebel – CPS to prosecute ‘trolls’ – 86.5% tax on e-cigs vaporized – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Thursday, 3 March 2016

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In the News 8th April

Wednesdays News at a glance: Vaping and THR Briefings – E-cigarettes: if they’re good enough for Nigel Farage – Astroturf? Really? Why Vaping Activisim is Suspect – Politics and power – Is vaping the subculture of 2015? – ‘Internet vermin’ target health advocates – More

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The Troll Slayers

Once upon a time there were three billy goats…. Simon Chapman tried to explain “Why I block Trolls on Twitter” in an article on The Conversation website, given their habit of not publishing replies to their articles, it’s hardly a conversation

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