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'I'm 17, and rarely ID'd for e-cigs'

Almost 40% of sellers targeted by councils in England have been caught illegally allowing children to buy e-cigarette products, a report has found.
Ninety of the 227 premises tested sold vaping goods to under-age teenagers in 2018-19, data from 34 councils showed.
Trading Standards - which compiled the research - has called for greater resources to enforce the law.
Our reporter Callum Tulley has been to meet three teenagers who all began using e-cigarettes aged 16.

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