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Northern Ireland is set to ban the sale and supply of single-use vapes by April 2025 alongside other parts of the UK. Officials from Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales have been collaborating on a proposed UK-wide ban, which will be enacted through separate legislation being brought in ea

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New restrictions on the marketing of vapes and other nicotine products to children will come into effect in six months. The Public Health (Tobacco Products and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Act 2023 will ban the sale of tobacco products or nicotine inhaling products at events aimed at children, and pr

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A public consultation is seeking views on the future regulation of tobacco and nicotine inhaling products such as e-cigarettes or vapes. Legislation banning the sale of vapes to under-18s is already at an advanced stage in the Oireachtas and the consultation marks the first step in developing furthe

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Legislation banning the sale of vapes to under-18s has been approved in the Dáil and will now proceed to the Seanad. The Public Health (Tobacco Products and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill contains a wide range of measures to tackle smoking and vaping among children and adults, with a focus

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Disposable vapes could be banned in Ireland under one of the options set out in a public consultation launched yesterday. Disposable vaping devices, which are not rechargeable, contain electronic components, including a battery, and require safe disposal when they become waste. They contain a comple

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The sale of vaping products to children will be banned under proposed new legislation. The Public Health (Tobacco Products and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill includes a range of measures aimed at tackling smoking and vaping among under-18s and adults, with a particular focus on preventing children

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