On June 27, a source told the two supremacist that the British Customs and the British Medicines and Health Products Authority (MHRA) in Heathrow Airport (LHR airport) strictly inspected a large number of electronic cigarette products.
The source said, “The inspection is very strict, found directly confiscated, there is no chance to react.” In March this year, the MHRA and customs have carried out a joint law enforcement at the LHR airport, seizing a lot of products.
In the past three years, more than 2.5 million illegal e-cigarettes have been seized by trading standards departments across the UK. In the city of Hillingdon, near Heathrow Airport, a major port of entry for the illicit trade, law enforcement officials have seized more than 1.35 million e-cigarettes, and the area has been a key focus of law enforcement.
According to UK law, only disposable e-cigarettes with a capacity of 2 ml (about 600) are allowed to be sold on the market, and anything more than this limit is illegal.