A chance for a scientific drugs policy

There's a growing recognition that Labour's incoherent drugs policy has failed. Let's build a science-based replacement
21 September 2010
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Last week Professor Roger Pertwee called for cannabis to be licensed for sale, and now Tim Hollis, the Association of Chief Police Officers' lead officer on drugs, has said the current criminalisation-based approach to policing cannabis use should be reviewed. Pertwee and Hollis are bringing a welcome breath of fresh air to the debate about drugs and the harm they do. The government now has the chance to take a genuinely science-based approach to drugs policy.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010
The Guardian (UK)