2nd Oral Evidence Session of the Science & Technology Committee inquiry into e-cigarettes, 27/02/18

2nd Oral Evidence Session of the Science & Technology Committee inquiry into e-cigarettes, 27/02/18



Lynne Dawkins evidence starts at 01:23:57

Witnesses:
Dr Moira Gilchrist, Vice President, Scientific and Public Communications, Philip Morris Limited
Dr Ian Jones, Vice President, Reduced-Risk Products, Japan Tobacco International
Dr Chris Proctor, Chief Scientific Officer, British American Tobacco
Dr Grant O’Connell, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, Fontem Ventures
Dr Lynne Dawkins, Associate Professor, Centre for Addictive Behaviours Research, London South Bank University
Professor David Harrison, Chair of the UK Committee on Carcinogenicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment (COC)

The first oral evidence session is here:
The transcript for this video can be found here:
All the written evidence can be found here:

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4 thoughts on “2nd Oral Evidence Session of the Science & Technology Committee inquiry into e-cigarettes, 27/02/18

  1. No Shortfills should not be regulated and yes WE DO know what's in them you fools. Most Shortfill brands also make THE SAME formulation of liquid in 10ml bottles that have been through testing!

  2. Introduction of standards to me sounds like only allowing those crappy pen style vapes, that funny enough, the guy making the point actually manufacturers!
    Strange that isn't it!
    I tried to quit smoking with Blu brand vape products for THREE YEARS without any success. As soon as I bought my first Sub ohm tank and duel 18650 battery 200watt mod/vapouriser I quit after a mere 2 days!
    Take the more specialist products off the market and less people will quit smoking, I worry many will have a similar experience as me.

    Also, I now exclusively use mechanical squonkers and if these corporate shills have their way, the market would be closed off so that only crappy closed system pod and pen style vapes that their respective companies manufacturer would be available, just like I've already mentioned I know. I just wanted to hammer home that, although this session has mostly been positive, I preferred the previous parliamentary session/sitting (video available on this channel) as, even though there were some naysayers and Bullshit merchants present, there were a few honest scientific researchers giving evidence as supposed to these soulless shills fronting cooperations with extremely vested intrests!

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