The UK Parliament has set a target for England to be smokefree by 2030.
Its sovereign decision is now under threat because of the WHO.
The WHO wants the UK to treat all reduced risk products – including e-cigarettes, and heated tobacco – in the same way it treats cigarettes, or even to ultimately ban them altogether.
These recommendations are set to go ahead at the COP10 Conference in November.
Global Britain fought tirelessly during the Brexit referendum for a UK which was free and sovereign. Free to govern itself and forge its own path. Ditching the EU for another unaccountable organisation is not in our national interest.
The WHO’s policy on reduced risk products will delay our ambitions to become smokefree, and ultimately throw obstacles in the way of smokers trying to quit cigarettes.
People should have the right to choose how they live their lives – not the WHO.
As part of Global Britain’s Smokefree Campaign we have setup two websites.
These two action-oriented brands will help encourage the UK Government to protect access to less harmful alternatives for smokers trying to quit as well as demand UK lawmakers stand up against foreign interference that is trying to influence the UK’s domestic health agenda.
Save My Vape: savemyvape.co.uk
Say NO To WHO: saynotowho.co.uk