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22/12/2014

Government begins consultation into E-cig sales ban for under 18s

The Department of Health has begun looking into regulations to limit or ban the sale of electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) and other devices which use nicotine to under 18s.

During the consultation period, which runs for six weeks until 28 January 2015, the Department of Health will also discuss whether further regulations will also make it an offence for an adult to purchase an e-cig on behalf of a minor.

ACS Chief Executive, James Lowman, welcomed the news, suggesting that the consultation will provide convenience stores with clarity, helping retailers remain responsible, knowing that they have support of legislation.

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