Stop sending vapers outside with the smokers, say British MPs

The UK should relax restrictions on vaping further, according to a group of concerned members of parliament (MPs).

A report, “Vaping in workplace and public places”, released today by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Vaping (APPGV), says people need to be educated about the lack of risk from so-called second-hand vaping.

APPGV chairman Mark Pawsey wrote in the report’s introduction: “One of the main issues we encountered was a perception that passive vaping or second-hand vaping is harmful to non-vapers in the vicinity. There is no evidence that this is the case.”

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