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Dozens of vaping shops are urging customers to write to their local TDs to stop a proposed ban on flavoured vapes.

The campaign comes after the Irish Heart Foundation and the Irish Cancer Society urged TDs to use an upcoming tobacco Bill to ban flavours they say are encouraging children to take up vaping.

A search by Extra.ie found Ireland’s largest vaping retailer, Hale, sells bubblegum, cola, rhubarb and custard, cherry bakewell tart, lime ice cream and chocolate mint among other flavours that campaigners say will encourage young people to start smoking.