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Vape starter kits for one million smokers in 'swap to stop' scheme

One million cigarette smokers will be offered vape starter kits as part of a government "swap to stop" scheme to make the nation "smoke free".
The kits will be offered to almost one in five of all smokers in England as part of a push that is "the first of its kind in the world", Health Minister Neil O'Brien will announce on Tuesday.
Pregnant women will be offered up to £400 to stop smoking and a consultation will be launched on introducing mandatory advice on quitting smoking to be placed in cigarette packs.
Campaigners called the measures "welcome steps in the right direction" but said they are "nowhere near sufficient".
Experts widely expect the pledge to get the nation smoke free by 2030 - equating to getting smoking rates to less than 5% - will be missed without further action.
Mr O'Brien will launch the new schemes in a speech on Tuesday.
He is expected to say: "Up to two out of three lifelong smokers will die from smoking. Cigarettes are the only product on sale which will kill you if used correctly.
"We will offer a million smokers new help to quit. We will be funding a new national 'swap to stop' scheme - the first of its kind in the world.

"We will work with councils and others to offer a million smokers across England a free vaping starter kit."

A choice of products, strengths and flavours will be on offer to allow smokers to find the best product for them.

Officials say this is the first scheme of its kind to be rolled out nationwide.
Funding for the swap to stop scheme - estimated by officials to cost around £45m over two years - will come from the Department of Health and Social Care's budget.
Officials say 9% of women still smoke during pregnancy in England and hope a financial incentive alongside behavioural support will get all of them to stop by the end of the year.
While the details are yet to be determined, officials expect vouchers will be available throughout pregnancy and could total up to £400 if they complete the scheme.

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