IPH gives evidence to NIA Health Committee on the UK Tobacco & Vapes Bill
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On 11th April members of IPH's policy team attended Stormont to give evidence to the Northern Ireland Assembly Health Committee on the UK Tobacco and Vapes Bill. 

IPH Director of Policy Dr Helen McAvoy was joined by colleagues, Dr Joanna Purdy and Dr Ciara Reynolds, to give evidence on the Bill which proposes banning the sale of cigarettes to anyone born after 2009 and also introducing measures to make vapes less appealing and accessible to young people. 

Pictured L-R: IPH Director of Policy Dr Helen McAvoy, and policy team members Dr Ciara Reynolds and Dr Joanna Purdy.

Pictured L-R: IPH Director of Policy Dr Helen McAvoy, and policy team members Dr Ciara Reynolds and Dr Joanna Purdy. 

 

Read IPH’s opening statement to the Health Committee. 

 

Watch the NI Assembly Health Committee recording here.

 

 

Evidence on UK Tobacco and Vapes Bill starts at 48.20

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