Three speakers came together under the organisational efforts of the Adam Smith Institute to debate about vaping recent developments and how they contravene smoking for a smoke-free nation by 2030 and provide relief to the health-related needs possessed by smokers with forms of alternative smoking followed by submitted audience questions and their answers.
- Mark Oats who campaigned for the legalisation of medical marijuana in the U.K. is leader of the Snus and Nicotine-patch Users Alliance who campaign for the legitimisation of Swedish snus in the U.K. post of E.U. participation and director of We-Vape, an advocacy organisation of vapers for politics and representation of their views and opinions within the state and a fellow of the Adam Smith Institute.
- Martin Cullip is Chairman of the New Nicotine Alliance, a subscribing service for users of alternative forms of smoking and novel harm-reduction products who promote their functionality and use along with public health aims and objectives.
- Clive Bates has been the director from 1997 to 2003 of Action on Smoking and Health later playing a predominant and major contributing role to the anti-smoking movement onwards from 2007 and is now the director of Counterfactual, a pragmatic approach to sustainability and public health oriented organisation that promotes those aims and their objectives.
The distantly-organised event discussed the consumer tendencies between similar types of products and the balances in between them in relation to public opinion and public regulation post-Brexit often referring to Great Britain as an independent player in the W.H.O. forum of nations consigned to the biannual anti-smoking conference taking place in November 2021.
E.U. regulation was significantly downplayed in the meeting and U.K. regulations were given the overall advantage of impartiality over independence. A strong amount of informative criticism is distributed throughout the speeches and the meeting supplies information from the following video below.