Harmful and negligent to ignore unintended consequences of e-cigarette policies

Sorry mate, didn’t intend to kill you

In my paper on regulating recreational drugs: Harms or highs? Regulating narcotics, alcohol and nicotine (2015), I suggested, wishfully perhaps, there is rising awareness of the perils of unintended consequences from well-meaning but misguided policies:

“…there is growing recognition that much harm can be caused by […]

TPD implementation – maximising harm by going beyond the minimum

Caption contest: the hills are alive with the sound of…

It’s hard to keep up with the public health madness in Europe. Not content with creating the worst EU Directive ever made, laden with unintended consequences, many member states are now working hard on compounding their error by gold-plating the directive’s wholly unjustified […]