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The New Nicotine Alliance (UK) is a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation in the UK (#1160481)
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NNA UK is concerned with improving public health, through a greater understanding of “new” (risk-reduced) nicotine products and their uses
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NNA welcomes donations from individuals and organisations to support our campaigning work. We are however unable to accept such donations from manufacturers and distributors of nicotine products.
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Monday, January 29, 2024 News
The New Nicotine Alliance is extremely disappointed to hear that the UK government plans to ban single use vapes, restrict many flavours which can help people quit smoking, enforce plain packaging, and severely reduce the visibility of life-saving products. The government’s response to the recent...
Saturday, October 14, 2023 News
On Thursday, the Department of Health and Social Care published a new consultation on measures to tackle the issues presented by both smoking and vaping. The process will be in collaboration with the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The issues around vaping and...
Thursday, September 14, 2023 News
The government would be making a grave mistake if it decides to ban disposable vapes as it would be a significant over-reaction to the exaggerated perception of harms to youth . Public health organisations such as Action on Smoking and Health, Fresh Balance and NCSCT are opposed to a ban, and for...
Thursday, July 06, 2023 News
On Wednesday 28 June, the government’s Health and Social Care Committee held an oral evidence session on youth vaping. It consisted of two panels of witnesses who gave evidence and were questioned by MP members of the committee. We watched proceedings on Parliament TV and were disappointed that...
Tuesday, April 11, 2023 News
Today, public health minister Neil O’Brien announced a raft of new initiatives to reduce smoking in the UK and prevent adolescents from accessing vaping products. They are designed to accelerate the government’s target of reaching smokefree status by 2030 – defined as smoking prevalence of less...
Sunday, March 19, 2023 Newsletters
Today, we are calling on our supporters, consumers of reduced risk nicotine products, and others who understand the benefits of harm reduction to act on significant threats planned by the World Health Organization (WHO) later this year. These include: A ban on all open system vaping products A ban...
Friday, July 10, 2020 Blog
On Tuesday the Office for National Statistics – the UK government’s official agency for assessing economic and social behaviour – released their latest statistical bulletin on smoking prevalence. It made for interesting reading: The proportion of current smokers in the UK has fallen significantly...
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Blog
Chesterfield Royal Hospital unveiled a vaping ban in 2017 which has since been rescinded In August, the government’s Science and Technology Committee produced a report detailing, amongst other recommendations, suggested policies on e-cigarette use on NHS property. Specifically dealing with mental...
Thursday, July 19, 2018 Blog
NNA Poster Authors: Stimson, Gerry; Jakes, Sarah; Harding, Jessica; Morrison, Andy; Dorn, Dave; Costall, Paddy; Salim Sartoni, Sairah; Summers, John; MacKintosh, David; Molloy, Kevin Objectives: to outline the experience of a nicotine consumer group (New Nicotine Alliance UK) in using legal...
Wednesday, March 02, 2016 Blog
In his recent paper published in the journal 'Addiction' Robert West and colleagues tried to count the number of additional people who successfully quit smoking in 2014 and would not have done so if ecigs didn't exist.You can read the paper here. The conclusions drawn in this analysis have...