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E Cigarette British Government

In the world of e commerce the online industry moves quickly, a blink and you could miss it! In the world of Electronic Cigarettes this being a new type of product relatively speaking the laws and debate levels are high which is normal for anything new and in the eyes of some unproven. What the current status is on the status of the e –cig depends on where you reside, which country you live in.  In the European Community there are still variances between country laws but the UK government has taken a step in a positive direction for the E cigarette. The British Government has within its ranks a unit deigned to promote what is in the interest of the nation, the populous in general and therefore promote what it believes to be the most popular way to go. What has transpired of late is the recognition that revenue income from taxes on tobacco does not outweigh the costs of treatments either primary or secondary in the smokers world.

The news coming out of UK is that the government would be in favor of promoting the electronic cigarettes and as such recognizes the health benefits and the money to be saved by looking at a primitive equation of income from taxes ,verses outgoings in expenses, due to smoking. It al comes down to Nicotine which is an addictive drug and the management of it Nicotine management is the key and the national papers have jumped on the wagon with positive news search the Guardian and find good news! The recognition that there is no smoke and just a water based vapor is likewise a step in the right direction, the  British Government powers that be knowing that water vapor containing nicotine and not the other thousands of chemicals is better for you so we hope as we are in the business of selling electronic cigarettes especially in the EU that the UK government can 2pave the way” and set some new goals and bench marks for all.

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