Wednesday, 15 May 2013

More MEPs rush to defend common sense on e-cigs.

Well, before I start this blog post - I just want to clear one thing up.

Some people have emailed me, and PM'd on the forums to ask if I favour a particular political party - in terms  of e-cigs and the EU proposed legislation.

My only comment on this is that who I vote for is between me and the ballot box, I wouldn't have it any other way - and so whoever you vote for must be whoever you think is best - it is up to you.

We have some big supporters in the Lib-Dems, and also the Conservative Party.

The following video is from my local MEP talking about e-cigs

It saddens me that my favourite party has not represented the electorate, but favoured the tobacco companies by blocking the only product that can compete with and displace cigarettes.

I am now a floating voter - who I vote for is now, as I said,  between  me and the ballot box - you have your choice.


  1. It's interesting, isn't it? I'm a lifelong labour supporter, but their approach to ecigs (in Europe, at least) has been shameful. In fact, I do wonder whether labour has a serious deficiency when it comes to listening to scientists - to wit: the Nutt-sack affair (sorry, couldn't resist), where Alan Johnson fired David Nutt for speaking his mind on drug regulation.

  2. After doing some online research, I got my first e-cig kit at VaporFi.