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E-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than tobacco and could be prescribed on the NHS in future to help smokers quit, a review of their use has concluded. Experts who have compiled a report for Public Health England say "vaping" could be a "game changer" for persuading people to quit cigarettes. They also say there is no evidence they give children a "gateway" into smoking. Some health campaigners have welcomed the findings, but the British Medical Association has expressed caution. The Welsh government has previously announced that it plans to ban the use of e-cigarettes in enclosed spaces. E-cigarettes are increasingly popular and are now used by 2.6 million adults in Britain.