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A MAJOR change to vaping rules is set to come into place, ministers have announced.

The sale of e-cigarettes will now be banned to under-18s, the Irish government said.

1Data from Action on Smoking (ASH) previously revealed that the number of kids vaping has increasedCredit: AFP

Across the UK, vaping and e-cigarettes come under the same law as smoking.

This law states that it's illegal to sell any tobacco products to someone under the age of 18.

Data from Action on Smoking (ASH) previously revealed that the number of kids vaping has increased.

The number of children that admitted to trying the products has risen from 14 per cent in 2020 to 16 per cent in 2022.

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It also revealed that the proportion of children vaping is rising, up from four per cent in 2020 to seven per cent in 2022.

The products are increasingly marketed at kids, with it previously having been reported that manufacturers were using enticing colours and packaging to lure in a younger audience.

Now, cabinet ministers have also agreed to prohibit the sale of vaping products from self-service vending machines as part of a raft of new regulations on the sale and advertising of nicotine inhaling products.

Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said the measures were designed to protect children and young people from starting to vape.

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The new proposals were agreed earlier this week and will prohibit e-cigarettes from being sold on temporary or mobile premises and at places or events for children.

s for e-cigarettes will also be banned on public transport, in cinemas and near schools.

Other measures will include suspension periods for retailers convicted of offended and the introduction of fixed penalty notices.

The proposals will be incorporated into the Public Health (Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill which is being drafted.

It is expected to be finalised and published by the end of the year.

Mr Donnelly said: "We recognise that nicotine is a highly addictive drug, and we are acting today to make these products less accessible to our young people and to remove the advertising for these products from our children's everyday lives."

Junior minister Frank Feighan, who has responsibility for public health, said e-cigarettes are of "no benefit" to children and young people.

"Tobacco smoking continues to kill approximately 4,500 people in our country each year," he said.

What are vapes and how to they work?

THE NHS says vapes or e-cigs are far less harmful than cigarettes, and can help you quit smoking for good.

Guidance states that the devices allow you to inhale nicotine in a vapour rather than smoke.

Experts said: "E-cigarettes do not burn tobacco and do not produce tar or carbon monoxide, two of the most damaging elements in tobacco smoke.

"They work by heating a liquid (called an e-liquid) that typically contains nicotine, propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine, and flavourings.

"Using an e-cigarette is known as vaping."

The NHS said you will not get the full benefit of vaping unless you stop smoking completely.

If you need help to stop smoking or vaping then you should see your GP.

"We recognise that nicotine inhaling products are used by some adult smokers to assist them to quit tobacco smoking.

"However, we are clear that these products are of no benefit to our children and young people or to non-smokers and that is why we are taking this action today."

The new legislation will help regulate any product that can be used for the consumption of nicotine-containing vapour or any component of that product.

Recent data from NHS Digital found that kids under the age of nine are being taken to hospital with breathing conditions linked to vaping.

Professor Andrew Bush, of the National Heart and Lung Institute, said: "Public Health England have stated they are 95% safer than cigarettes. There is no data that supports that, it is all based on a sort of expert consensus.

"I feel very strongly that our generation of children is being seduced into nicotine addiction."

Earlier this year the Sun on Sunday revealed the overall number of admissions recorded by hospitals linked to vaping has nearly doubled in 12 months.

Last year doctors recorded 344 cases. In 2019/20 there were 177 admissions.

Although vaping is regarded as being far safer than smoking there are growing concerns about the emergence of stronger and stronger varieties of vapes.

Despite the fact you need to be 18 to buy a vape, many are aimed at children and teens who can easily buy them online without any age-checks.

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TYSON FURY is preparing to head back into the ring against Derek Chisora TONIGHT.

The Gypsy King, who currently lives in Morecambe, is all set to face the Brit at Spurs Stadium in front of 60,000 fans.

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Who is Paris?

Tyson met Paris around 16 years ago at a wedding of mutual friends when she was just 15.

Like Tyson, who grew up in a gypsy family in Wythenshawe, Manchester, she was also raised in a traditional traveller family in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

The pair met again by chance at Paris's 16th birthday party and took up together, going to the cinema and ice skating every weekend.

He is 6ft 9ins and she is 5ft 8ins.

3 Paris and Tyson kept to the travellers' tradition of not sleeping together until their wedding nightCredit: Rex Features 3 Fury has told Paris he'd like 10 kidsCredit: Instagram

The heavyweight superstar has likened boxing to marriage.

He said: "Boxing is like a marriage - you have to work at it. You do fall in and out of love.

"But I have spiced it back up again, bought her some sexy lingerie and we are back at it, better than ever."

Paris, 31, has been a regular panellist on ITV's Loose Women.

What was their wedding like?

The couple had a traditional wedding in front of more than 300 guests in Paris’ home town in November 2008.

In keeping with the travellers' tradition they didn't sleep together until their wedding night.

Paris explained: "Even after we got engaged, Tyson would sleep in a caravan at my parents’ home, while I slept inside the house."

How many children do the couple have?

The couple have six, after welcoming the latest to their brood on August 8, 2021.

They have welcomed a girl called Athena, who follows their third son Prince Adonis Amaziah.

He came along just over a year after their fourth child, Valencia Amber.

They are also parents to three other children - Prince John James, Venezuela and Prince Tyson Fury II.

She told Tyson she was pregnant with Prince John James less than 24 hours before his famous world ­heavyweight boxing ­championship victory against Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.

Paris revealed she suffered a miscarriage on the day of the Gypsy King's comeback fight against Albanian Sefer Seferi.

But she did not let him know until after the bout.

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She said: "I was about eight weeks pregnant. Then on the day of the fight I knew I'd lost our baby.

"I didn't mention it to Tyson before he went in the ring.

"Then straight after I told him and the next day we went to the hospital and it was confirmed.

"Five weeks later we fell pregnant again."

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