The Herald reports:
The Government has been urged to consider restricting sales of nicotine electronic cigarettes to pharmacies, in a blog to be published today by public health experts.
But an opponent of medical-style controls says doing that would impede access to a device that has huge potential to reduce smoking harm.
So these experts think it is a good idea to have cigarettes available from any dairy or supermarket, yet a substitute product that is probably 1/100th as harmful to be restricted to pharmacies.
No need to take them seriously again.