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E-cigarette Laws and what you need to know in 2016 about the changes in the law. 

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

As 2016 comes into play a new sneaky law will impact and bring big changes to those of you who smoke E-cigarettes.

And they are clamping down hard.

From May new laws will mean that the law across the EU will be standardised.

This will impact on how large the liquid containers are and how much nicotine they are allowed to hold.

They will also enforce restrictions on the advertising and promotion of E-cigarettes.

It has been confirmed that refil containers cannot be bigger than 10ml and cartridges maximum size of 2ml.

They will also force the strongest nicotine to 20mg.

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