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We Cannot Be Certain That There Is A Causal Link Between Cannabis Use And Psychosis

Professor Glyn Lewis, University of Bristol, March 2011

On the Rare Occasion That Peter Hitchens Quotes Evidence He Deserves A Response

According to the UN, between 119 million and 224 million users worldwide aged 15-64 use cannabis.

The Truth About Cannabis That The Independent Refuses To Print

The Independent operates in brazen defiance of 'self-regulation'. It is nothing but a licence for a corrupt press to print whatever it wants.

PCC Complaint. The Croydon Guardian, 30th August 2011

It is irresponsible of the newspaper to confuse and misinform readers by conflating cannabis use with the effects of the dangerous drug cocaine.

PCC Complaint. The Daily Mail, 7th October 2011

This complaint needs to be seen in the context of the Daily Mail's systematic campaign of misinformation, dishonesty, falsification and distortion of evidence concerning cannabis.

PCC Complaint. The Sun, 26th September 2011

The idea that cannabis causes psychosis is a myth promoted principally by the Daily Mail which has no basis in fact.

PCC Complaint. The Daily Mail, 26th October 2011

This article is a scandalous web of deception, lies and falsified evidence.

The Daily Mail - Addicted To Lies And Misinformation About Cannabis

Dr Matt Jones of the University of Bristol condemns The Daily Mail's coverage of his work

PCC Complaint. The Independent On Sunday, 5th June 2011 (2)

Either the IoS does not properly understand the research it is citing or it is deliberately distorting it to support its sensationalist theories.