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Shocking Misconduct By South Wales Police

What happened to innocent until proven guilty?

Home Affairs Select Committee Drugs Conference 12th March 2015

The Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) Drugs Conference took place in the delightful surroundings of Homerton College, Cambridge.

Channel 4 Drugs Live. How To Cause Confusion About Cannabis.

A far better, more accurate, more scientific and informative shorthand would have been to describe the cannabis as low CBD, high CBD and place

The Daily Mail Uses Terrorism To Promote Its Bizarre Ideology.

The Daily Mail and Jihadi John share the same ideas on how to persuade people to their bizarre and distorted world view

Daily Mail Highlights the Prohibition Nightmare (albeit unintentionally)

Thanks to the Mail On Sunday, proof that prohibition creates dangers where non existed before

Why CLEAR Will No Longer Be A Political Party.

The CLEAR Executive Committee is proposing a revised constitution changing our status to a lobby group.

CLEAR Medicinal Users Panel. Fourth Delegation To Parliament.

George Freeman MP, the Life Sciences Minister, meets a CLEAR delegation at the Department of Health.

Bigotry, Cruelty, Repression And Evidence-Free Drugs Policy From Theresa May

Theresa May, Home Secretary speaking to the HASC

CLEAR Medicinal Users Panel. Third Delegation To Parliament

Today, six members of the CLEAR Medicinal Cannabis Users Panel met with Dr Sarah Woolaston MP, chair of the Health Select Committee.

EXCLUSIVE. Norman Baker Interview

Peter Reynolds interviews Norman Baker about drugs policy and his experience of government.