Britain is the first country in the world to recommend e-cigarettes to smokers as part of its official tobacco control program. This is a 32-page control plan that applies only to England, not to the entire UK, including Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Former United Nations Environment Program consultant, Former British Prime Minister strategic unit senior adviser and deputy director of the former British Wales government sustainable future department director, the current director of the British Pharmaceutical Policy Reform Foundation Clive Bates (Clive Bates) in the blog Wrote: "This may be the first major government document to fully understand and strongly reduce the harm caused by tobacco and define these technologies as opportunities, not as restricted threats."
This plan is very different from the tobacco control in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health may recommend that smokers improve their health by using products that reduce the risk of tobacco, such as e-cigarettes.
Britain has been a pioneer-pioneer in the promotion of e-cigarettes. This is not a long time ago. In fact, in 2015, "Electronic Cigarette: New Evidence" published by PHE of UK Department of Public Health revolutionized the basis of tobacco control and made it clear that there is a clear relationship between public health harm reduction and prohibition Divide.