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Monday’s News at a glance: Some sensible and realistic Brexit reforms – Post Brexit Vaping Regulations – NNA Offers UK Government A 10 Step Plan – IBVTA writes to MPs and Peers – Best Vape Articles for October 2020 – Long-Term …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NNA writes to the UK government suggesting post-Brexit reforms – The Virtual E-Cigarette Summit, 3-4 December 2020 – European survey: 80 percent of vapers stopped smoking completely – Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan – E-Cigarettes = Nicotine Medicines = Prescription Medicines = Cold Turkey – Liability Claims That Vaping Exacerbates COVID-19 Currently Do Not Hold Up In U.S. Courts – Another Setback For The Oz Nic Ban – Help The University of Exeter – NZ Vape Tax Warning – Tipping Points – Access to safer nicotine products – Democrats More at Risk for Anti-E-Cigarette Stance – Altria takes $2.6 billion hit – BAT Highlights Serious Inaccuracies – Australia Up In Smoke – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Brexit and vaping – The State of Conversation – Indian Docs Damn The Ban – Vaping In The News – December 14th – Massachusetts DPH Admits – Duterte’s Vaping Ban – A Ban on Flavored E‑Cigs Will Put Adolescents in Greater Danger – ‘emotional, irrational hysteria’ against nicotine vapes needs to stop – Nearly 40% of Belgian smokers – Evaluation of the impact – Characterization of Nicotine Salts – NZ launches world-first recycling initiative for vapes – New bill would make e-cigarette companies pay – Take Several Seats Over Vaping Panic – Evidence, alarm, and the debate over e-cigarettes – Research Fuels Debate – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Bans continue to spread as FDA noose tightens on pod mods – Revelations about nicotine replacement therapy – A ‘Stalwart Smoker’ Tries iQos – WHO is refusing to listen to the evidence – The Vape Market – Ministers must do more to encourage switch to vaping – Vaping sector could get Brexit boost – Will Thailand Rethink Its Harsh Vape Ban? – Peer review of: Linda Johnson et al – Youth & Vaping – European association acronyms – Vaping In The News October 27th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: Why the e-cigarette industry needs STANDARDS, not regulation – Asian vapers continue to suffer, and US study spreads fresh misinformation – Are Low-Nicotine Cigarettes Less Likely To Cause Cancer? – Vaping After Brexit – Nicotine Reflections – Terry Walker – E-cigarettes can be lifesavers – New Zealand survey – Military health officials: No deaths from vaping – Building up steam on bid to legalise nicotine vaping – Regulating e-cigarettes a better option – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: Lift EU regulations to let vaping flourish after Brexit – Vaping Solutions: An Easy Brexit Win – Vaping after Brexit – State of the Vaping Nation – The penalties for violating vaping laws across Australia – Regular smoking in young people at record low – There Isn’t a Teen E-Cigarette Epidemic – NY Wrongheadedly Bans Indoor Vaping – Big Tobacco company buys into vape shop chain – FDA’s Motive For Releasing Vapor Product Reports Raises Questions – Govt Ensures Vaping Subject to Excise Duty of 57 Percent – 10 Facts That Everyone Gets Wrong About Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Mondays News at a glance: New study: 6.1 million Europeans – British doctors call for more bans – Chewing the Cud – Brexit and TPD – The Secret To Altria’s Success – State officials addicted to nicotine taxes – Four More Lawsuits Filed Against FDA – E-Cigarette use Among Working Adults – The Brussels Syndrome – Undemocratic bullies – Tobacco Harm Reduction Update – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 27 June 2016

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Fridays News at a glance: The UK has voted to leave the EU – After the Referendum: – Brexit: What Does It Mean for Vapers? – Open Letter from IBVTA to Dr Mark Porter – ECIV: Interview with co-founders – Sin-taxation of harm reduction in Hungary – Daily Mail Argues Vaping Is Better Than Smoking – FDA Regs Could Push Half Of Vapers Back To Smoking – Freedom Minute | FDA’s War on Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Friday, 24 June 2016

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Wednesdays News at a glance: “Never interfere with the enemy when he is in the process of destroying himself.” Napoleon – Reply from Heidi Alexander – Open Letter to Heidi Alexander MP – Vapers: Stay Connected! – Take Back Control – Our right not to smoke Tobacco – Sweden Surrenders – Friendly Fire May Kill Vaping – Urgent! Vapers in Victoria – Cancer Scientists’ pensions invested in Tobacco – When someone says “for the children” – VTA’s conference On The Hill: – Lawsuit Against DOT Ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Wednesday, 8 June 2016

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