"Martin McKee, professor of European public health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: …“Nobody would really seriously say the UK is right and the WHO [World Health Organization] and the rest of the world is wrong… The issue is you’ve got people who are coming from a particular perspective and there is no discussion outside that group view. There is also an exclusiveness that you get in the UK science policy area, which does not look for experience elsewhere.”… Jonathan Grigg, professor of paediatric respiratory and environmental medicine at Queen Mary University of London: …“This is the way the tobacco industry can present themselves as being interested in health. The day they stop selling cigarettes, you can take that seriously, but we’re not there yet.” [Ben Spencer, Tom Calver. Vape nation: how did Britain end up so hooked on ecigarettes?, Sunday Times]