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E-cigarettes have been tried by two million people in Britain. Wesley Stephenson asks why the government in Wales wants to restrict their use while Whitehall wants to promote them.

More than two million people in Britain are thought to have used electronic cigarettes. Whitehall civil servants think that e-cigarettes are one of the most significant public health success stories of our generation. In Wales however, the principality's government wants to ban their use in public places. Wesley Stephenson asks why the two governments have such different approaches.

Producer: Smita Patel.

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