Written by ECigIntelligence || 27th October 2021 || News analysis || Regulation and Legislation | Europe Northern Ireland United Kingdom
Northern Ireland’s Department of Health has presented plans to implement a smoking and vaping ban in private cars when children are present and to ban the sale of nicotine e-liquids to under-18s.
The proposal put forward by health minister Robin Swann would set a fixed fine of £50 for drivers who violate the usage ban. ...
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