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Joseph Fiennes has broken his silence on his controversial portrayal of Michael Jackson, in a project so derided it was pulled
'Whether we like it or not; we live in a drug culture.'
London’s famous Fabric nightclub has been closed over a “culture of drug use”, but charities and campaigners argue the move
The first installment of Lord Ashcroft's unauthorised biography of David Cameron gave the British press enough salacious
A landmark report by politicians, calling for a more liberal drug regime based on human rights, had one detail that attracted
The level of illegal drug use is not affected by how "tough" a country is when punishing those caught, a groundbreaking report
The number of children receiving treatment for addiction to cannabis has hit a record high, with one expert warning the age
FROM OUR ARCHIVE:This article was originally published on May 28, 2014 and was re-published on May 21, 2015 after five students
The more I've become the kind of woman I want to be, both in and out of a relationship, the man in my life has become even more of the kind of man that I really appreciate...and he was pretty amazing to begin with!
Oh good, the obligatory news has broken that 'Super Strength Skunk' has invaded the isles and is wreaking havoc on UK shores. For those that work in drug policy, this story is similar to May Day: it comes round annually and leads to all kinds of pageantry - complete with bell ringing and the clashing of batons in a calamitous Morris-style jig.
Owing to its immeasurable impact there is a special screening: On 11 December, at the prestigious Oval Space, Bethnal Green, The House I Live In will be shown with the accompaniment of a panel discussion complete with the erudite people who are on the frontlines of the drug policy discourse.
On the US election night, there were a host of unprecedented referendums that included three states proposing full-blown reform and regulation of their marijuana laws, in essence, and to use the shorthand, marijuana would be legalised. Those who follow drug policy held their collective breath (if they were awake to see it) as the results poured in from Washington, Oregon and Colorado.
Dear Winston Matthews, Words simply cannot express how I felt when I learned of your incarceration.
I'm not a fan of rebuttals, they can often be interpreted as rude or standoffish. This is certainly not the flavour of my
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.
If we are serious about preventing teenage substance abuse, we need far stronger and rational mechanisms in place over our current approach.
"We've been fighting a drugs war for 40 years, that war is lost, and completely unwinnable." These were the eminent words