Prof Dame Sally Davies, the country's most senior doctor for almost a decade, said sweet-like flavours could make vaping attractive to children. She also said she is concerned that the long-term health consequences of the devices remains unknown.
That's despite advice from Public Health England, which claims e-cigarettes are 95 per cent safer than smoking.
[...] “Vaping is a lot safer than smoking tobacco and probably a good way to help people quit.
"But I would prefer if if we did not have flavoured e-cigarettes because I think that is the kind of marketing that can appeal to children.