NO BAN ON E-CIGS
We petition JD Wetherspoon to revoke their ban on customers using e-cigarettes in their public houses. E-cigarettes are easily recognised by a blue or orange tip and it is extremely rare to mistake these for traditional cigarettes. This could easily be incorporated within the organisation's exemplary staff training protocol, therefore eliminating any risk of the organisation being fined.
E-cigs are electronic devices and are not a tobacco product. As such, e-cigarettes are in the same category as mobile phones; tablets; laptops; I-pads; I-phones; Nintendo; Kindle; cameras etc., all of which can be used in public places. To specifically ban the use of e-cigarettes in pubs and not ban other electronic products is socially divisive and unnecessary.