We in the UK need to look to countries around the world and realise what is happening. The UK has a proud history as a leading centre for innovation in pharmaceuticals and medical care. A new industry is being created with the real potential to transform the quality of life of patients suffering from appalling conditions. The UK could play a key role in creating the treatments people need. We need to seize the opportunity now.
George Osborne has been accused of “unspeakable” bullying over tax credit cuts by a peer. Crossbencher Baroness Meacher complained
The five things you need to know on Wednesday October 21, 2015... 1) XI WHO MUST BE OBEYED? It’s the second full day of the
The United Nations will have a Special Session on global drug policy next April and will begin discussions next month in New York. Our Guidance on Interpreting the Drug Conventions, published today, sets out an entirely new vision for global drug policy. The first step is to abandon the hopeless objective of creating a drug free world.
Drugs can often prove to be an arduous, convoluted conversation. To try and unpick the tangled knot that is global drug policy
It's time that the burden of proof was shifted. The case for reform is firm and hard to ignore. The rationale for keeping the drug laws anchored needs justifying, and evidence must be placed by those who want to keep the 'drug war' alive.
The former head of MI5 has backed calls to legalise some drugs, saying drug policy should no longer be a "taboo subject". Speaking
First there was the sleeping, then the swearing and now the House of Lords want to legalise drugs. Well, some of them do