A clampdown on vaping would severely damage public health.
I joined Simon McCoy and Kirsty Gallacher on the Great British Breakfast on GB News.
I joined Nick de Bois on talkRADIO’s Business Breakfast.
I joined Calum Macdonald on Times Radio to discuss proposals to ban vape and cigarette sales to 18-21-year-olds.
For the UK to reach smoke-free status by 2030, the health initiatives should be encouraging vaping, not cracking down on it.
I joined Reya El-Salahi on Times Radio. I debated the World Health Organisation’s new anti-vaping report with Dr. Vinayak Prasad, the Programme Manager for the WHO Tobacco Free Initiative.
We desperately need backbench Tory MPs to stand up against the consensus forming between the government and opposition that rampant interventionism is the best way forward.
There is a gaping need for a strong collective of voices speaking up for personal freedoms. We urgently need a Civil Liberties Research Group.
Let’s not squander everything we have worked so hard for by mindlessly outsourcing our tobacco harm reduction policy to the World Health Organisation.
Even a cursory glance at the science on this ought to make it clear just how unwise the path of exponential state interference is.