From NottinghamPost 09/06/2015
Under a new public health law, people will be banned from using e-cigarettes in enclosed places such as restaurants, pubs and at work in Wales. They will also be outlawed in lorries and taxis.
The plan, likely to come into force in 2017 and the first in the UK, has already divided opinion among health and medical groups, including some anti-smoking campaigners.
Professor John Britton, director of the UKCTAS fears the ban on the use of the electronic cigarettes in enclosed spaces in Wales could be detrimental to people’s health.