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Vape rise/ election 27.5.24 It is reported that the number of 18 to 24 olds vaping has tripled in two years, driven by the emergence of disposable devices researches from University College London. Whilst smoking continues to decline across all ages, vaping is on the rise particularly in the under 25s. This has resulted in an overall nicotine use rise. Meanwhile the oncoming election in July means the the Tobacco and Vapes Bill will not be until the next Parliament.  
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5.4.24 It is nationally reported that vapers are almost 20 per cent more likely than others to develop heart disease a US study, by the American College of Cardiology, shows. More and more studies are linking e-cigs to harmful effects.
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10.4.24 Rusa members please see below forwarded  from resource Crowdguard which was a point of interest between members and Deborah at the AGM in relation to Protect and Martyns Law Here is a link to the new H stop Hostile vehicle mitigation solution which a few of your members were very interested in at the AGM,  Its rated in a single unit, cost effective, requires no build and can be simply wheeled into position as and when required   I've also attached a PDF if this is easier to attach too  The mail chimp for the triage tool in relation to Martyns Law, and  Protect is below and here is the link to that part of the website  Deborah Ainscough Founder and Director CROWDGUARD T: 0161 507 3434 M. 07795 806 204 W. 
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25.3.24 Relegation has been raised again. There will be no in or out of the premiership this summer as Championship Clubs had to apply to be audited for promotion. Only Doncaster submitted to the process and they are not in a strong position in the league..
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23.3.24 Recent findings indicate that e cigs are not as harmless as originally thought. Experts at University College London and the University of Innsbruck have claimed their study adds to growing evidence that long term use of the devices may cause significant damage. Vaping can trigger changes in cells often seen in smokers which may lead to cancer. The warning comes as the government has introduced a law that will ban the next generation from legally buying cigarettes and combat childhood vaping by restricting flavours and packaging marketed at youngsters.
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9.2.24 Martyns Law-standard tier-consultation The Security Minister, Tom Tugendhat, has today published a  with an update on Martyn's Law.The standard Tier consultation has been launched and will run until Monday 18 March 2024. The consultation takes the form of a questionnaire. The link for the consultation is at thebottom of this page.Link: A stakeholder message from the Martyn’s Law Team in the Home Office has also been provided and reads as follows: Dear All We are writing to highlight the public consultation we launched today on the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill, also known as Martyn’s Law. The consultation will run for 6 weeks and can be found here . The Government reaffirmed its commitment to introducing this important piece of legislation in the King’s Speech in November 2023. However, recognising the feedback provided during pre-legislative scrutiny and through our engagement with stakeholders, the Government committed to a further public consultation, specifically on the Standard Tier. This is to ensure the public and those impacted by the proposals have the opportunity to offer in-depth views on the Standard Tier, prior to the legislation’s introduction to Parliament. The proposals for requirements for premises in the Standard Tier have been revised to address feedback from the Home Affairs Select Committee and stakeholders, which primarily related to the need for requirements to be proportionate. To apply proportionate duties whilst considering any impacts to business and other organisations in scope, the requirements for Standard Tier premises have been amended, from a prescriptive requirement to complete a standardised template to having “reasonably practicable” procedures in place, were an attack to occur. In summary, those responsible for Standard Tier premises must:  * Notify the Regulator that they are, or have become, responsible for premises within scope of the Bill (and so subject to the relevant requirements). This remains broadly in line with previous requirements.   * Have in place procedural measures that could be expected to reduce, so far as reasonably practicable, the risk of physical harm to individuals at the premises in the event of an attack. These relate only to the procedures to be followed by people working at the premises in the event of an attack occurring or being suspected as about to occur. As the procedural measures are about procedures for responding to an attack or suspected attack, it is not expected or required that physical alterations be undertaken or additional equipment purchased for Standard Tier premises.   * In contrast to the published draft Bill, there is no requirement to complete a specified form (the ‘Standard Terrorism Evaluation’) for Standard Tier premises or ensure that people working at the premises are given any specific training. However, as part of putting in place the procedural measures, workers will need to be sufficiently instructed or trained to carry them out effectively. We would urge you to share our consultation with your networks to ensure we receive a broad and wide-reaching range of responses across all our key stakeholders and sectors. Our consultation can be completed online or in an alternative format upon request. The closing date is Monday 18 March 2024, and we will publish our response in due course. It is open to the public, and is targeted at organisations, businesses, local and public authorities, and/or individuals who own or operate premises that the proposed Bill would affect. We particularly welcome views from those responsible for the smaller premises which would fall within the Standard Tier, especially those in the community and voluntary sector.  ENDS  A person – whether an individual or an organisation (e.g. a company) – will be responsible for premises, and so for complying with the requirements proposed in relation to them, where they have control over the premises.   
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6.1.24 Academics from universities at Winchester, Nottingham Trent, and Bournemouth suggest that rugby should be banned for under 18s suggesting that the risk of brain damage ran counter to existing laws around child abuse. Rugby players and teachers have hit back.
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6.2.24 It is nationally reported that Saudi Arabian investors are in talks to invest millions into four Premiership rugby clubs; Gloucester, Leicester, Northampton, and Newcastle. The Saudi  sovereign  Public Investment Fund have a  stake in Newcastle.
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Ban on disposable vapes Government remains committed as per last post and legislation will be brought in early 2025 under the Environmental Protection Act
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