Jack Straw is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Blackburn since 1979.
He served as Home Secretary from 1997 to 2001, and as Foreign Secretary from 2001 to 2006. From 2007 to 2010 he was the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain and the Secretary of State for Justice. He was appointed as part of Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s first Cabinet.
MP visits local vape shop
Jack Straw is one of only three people to have served in Cabinet continuously from 1997 to 2010. In 2013 he spent a day at Totally Wicked HQ to learn more about vaping and e-cigarettes.
Totally Wicked opened its doors in 2008 and has been at the forefront of the vaping industry ever since. With state of the art e-liquid manufacturing facilities, it allows the Blackburn based company to provide vapers with the best quality e-liquids. All back by a guarantee of e-liquid excellence.
Vaping company fights for vapers rights
The local vape company is not only providing vapers around the country with only the very best vaping supplies. It is also at the forefront of vaping advocacy. Extremely concerned about any upcoming regulations from the EU, which may include regulating e-cigarettes as a medicine, the company is currently fighting for vapers rights. They invited MP Jack Straw to meet staff and vapers in Blackburn.
Fraser Cropper spent the day with Jack Straw. Giving him a full tour of the vape shop, e-cig warehouse and e-liquid bottling facilities. He took some time in the head quarters vape shop speaking to former smokers who have changed their life by making the switch from cigarettes to vaping.
Jack Straw said:
…the proposals by the EU to relate these products as medicines, what benefit would that have? Not much!
The visit is a welcome step towards people in charge looking at vaping from its front line. Mp’s may see that vaping is actively changing peoples lives. Rather than through newspapers and anti-vaping articles.
Read more about MP’s and their vaping opinions here as they push for positive vaping policies.