The boss of British American Tobacco (BAT) expects to capitalise on stronger vaping rules after a series of deaths linked to electronic cigarettes in the US.
The Government has been urged to reconsider the severity of health warnings on e-cigarette packaging after a study found current messaging may deter smokers from switching to vaping.
A British teenager who almost died when he fell ill after vaping has warned others to stay away from the devices.
Doctors have said people should regard e-cigarettes as safer than tobacco at their “peril” after a 16-year-old boy suffered “catastrophic” respiratory failure thought to have been caused by vaping.
Doctors have issued a warning over vaping after a British teenager almost died from serious respiratory failure linked to e-cigarettes.
Davidoff and JPS cigarette-maker Imperial Brands has revealed that sales of its vape products took a severe hit due to a series of regulator crackdowns on vaping in the US.
Vapers should not stand with smokers because it could entice them into smoking, but there is no danger to the public from passive vaping, an expert has claimed.
Imperial Brands has warned over a hit to annual sales, following US President Donald Trump’s move to crack down on flavoured e-cigarettes and tighten regulation on vaping products.
More people are vaping than ever before, with a 12.5% growth in one year, research suggests.
New York has become the first US state to ban the sale of flavoured e-cigarettes.
Banning flavoured vaping products in the UK would drive people back to smoking, Public Health England (PHE) has said.
Around 2,300 jobs are being cut worldwide at British American Tobacco amid a group overhaul to invest in vaping and new products.
Police have launched an investigation into how a number of pupils at a Highland school fell seriously ill after ingesting potentially fatal vaping fluids – used in electronic cigarettes.