Update: Thank you so much to everyone who took the survey – we had a massive response in a very short time!
The survey is now closed. The winners are Peter Cobb, Michel Finney and Nuria Mary. All winners were randomly selected using Random.org.
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EU Update: Important Links
15 Scientists Protest Against Scientific Errors Used to Justify an EU ECig Ban
The EU Has Mistinterpreted My Work On Ecigs (Dr Farsalinos)
Please Do Not Distort My Words To Justify Your Policy (Dr Lynne Dawkins on the EU Ecig Ban)
Flawed Science, Irregular Procedured, Unlawful Measures (Clive Bates, former director of Action on Smoking and Health, on the EU Ecig Ban)
And not on the EU but still important:
If you know of any other important links (I’m sure there are lots!) which should be included here, please leave them in the comments.
With the EU failing to publish an official update on their position, we are still confused about where the EU stands.
But two key points are:
1. The EU’s position that ecigarettes should deliver a regulated dose of nicotine.
ECITA are not sure what the EU means by this, but the technology to delivery a set dose of nicotine with every puff has not yet been invented.
In addition, it is completely against the way people both vape and smoke. People take the right amount of nicotine for both themselves and the current state they are in. By delivering a regulated dose of nicotine (if it proves possible) ecigaretes could become useless for current users.
2. The Continued Possibility of a Ban On Refillable E-Cigarettes
One of the stranger possibilities to come out of the compromise between the EU commission and the EU parliament is that if three countries in EU ban refillable ecigs, they will be banned in the whole of the EU. See Clive Bates’ guest post: Making Sense of the Proposed New E-Cigarette Regulations on the Save Ecigs blog for more details.