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CLEAR Medicinal Users Panel. Fifth Delegation To Parliament

A further delegation from CLEAR met with Lynne Featherstone, the new Home Office Drugs minister

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.

Why Legalising Medicinal Cannabis Is Now A Vote Winner

This is the issue that politicians can support but still be seen cautious on the controversial subject of drugs.

No. 10 Suppresses Report on Benefits of Prescribing Medicinal Cannabis

The report sets out "the benefits of prescribing cannabis for medicinal purposes for people with certain long-term chronic conditions".

Liberal Democrats Give The Green Light To Medicinal Cannabis

Liberal Democrat conference signals wholehearted support for a compassionate and evidence-based policy on cannabis as medicine.

Theresa May Suppresses Home Office Reports That Support Drug Law Reform

It should be shocking, that a government minister is deliberately delaying policy reforms that could help save lives, but in 21st century Britain it has become normal.

The Inside Story On What Could Be The Biggest Ever Shift In UK Drugs Policy

This is the inside story of a campaign that may finally come to fruition in 2014.