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Victoria Derbyshire show, BBC News, 22nd July 2015: The Future For Cannabis Policing In The UK

Peter Reynolds interviewed on the Victoria Derbyshire programme BBC News Channel

CLEAR launches IPSO Complaint Against The Sunday Telegraph

CLEAR launches IPSO complaint regarding the story “Our Police Have Gone To Pot”.

CLEAR Launches IPSO Complaint Against The Times Newspaper.

CLEAR launches IPSO Complaint Against Melanie Philips article: "We'd be off our heads to tolerate cannabis".

Peter Reynolds Steps Down, Roland Gyallay-Pap Appointed Acting Leader of CLEAR.

Peter Reynolds has tendered his resignation as leader of CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform.

If you really want to legalise cannabis, then why on earth would you go and get high in a park?

Embarrassing displays of public consumption like the 420 celebrations are not going to lead to meaningful drug reform, but I know what will

Medicinal Cannabis: The Evidence.

6th April 2015 - CLEAR publishes ‘Medicinal Cannabis:The Evidence’, a comprehensive and up to date review of the evidence supporting the

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.

Professor Wayne Hall, Peter Reynolds, BBC Radio Berkshire, 8th October 2014

Professor Wayne Hall and Peter Reynolds interviewed about cannabis

Chemist + Druggist: A New Generation Of Drug

Pressure is growing for the government to legalise and fund the use of medicinal cannabis.

UK Police Campaign On Cannabis Farms Is A Confidence Trick

Virtually all the harms around cannabis farms are caused not by cannabis but by the laws against it and police enforcement action.