Martin Cullip

Martin is an international fellow of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance’s Consumer Center. He lives in South London, UK.

Ex-WHO Director Slams Its Tobacco Harm Reduction Denial

The World Health Organization’s reputation took another big hit at a conference in London earlier this month that discussed global…

December 20, 2021

Why China Could Revolutionize Global Tobacco Harm Reduction

China has just amended its tobacco monopoly law to include e-cigarettes, as Filter reported. This means that vaping products and…

December 6, 2021

Health Canada Is Poised to Take a Disastrous Wrong Turn on Vaping

The Canadian government recently consulted on its proposals for regulating—read:banning—flavors used in vaping products. Its supposed justifications include a perceived…

October 12, 2021

The US Obsession With Youth Vaping Looks Odd From Across the Atlantic

“Two countries divided by a common language” is a common saying misattributed to George Bernard Shaw. US and UK vocabulary…

September 21, 2021

The Desperate Search for a Health Threat From Nicotine Pouches

Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tweeted about the dangers of nicotine pouches, a fairly…

August 24, 2021

How the UK Is Allowing Vapes to Save Hundreds of Thousands of Lives

I am rather happy that my country is widely regarded as a global leader in tobacco harm reduction. Enthusiastic take-up…

August 16, 2021