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  1. john-hogg

    Police force gives cannabis users green light to grow drugs

    21 ဇူလိုင်လ 2015
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    Durham Police has given users the green light to grow cannabis at home after declaring that officers will no longer proactively target small scale producers. In a move, which will be seen as a step towards decriminalisation, Durham's Police Commissioner Ron Hogg said it will only go after people if there is a complaint or if they are being "blatant", while the force will continue to tackle large scale cannabis farms. (See also: Cannabis users won't be a priority for County Durham Police | Durham police stop targeting pot smokers and small-scale growers)

  2. Weeded out

    05 ဇွန်လ 2015
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    In 2000 a report by Europe’s drug agency (EMCDDA) found that Britain had an unusually large number of young cannabis users: they "topped the EU league", as one British paper spun it. This year’s report showed that in the past 15 years the tables have turned. While the number of 15-34-year-olds using pot has risen or held steady in most countries, in England and Wales it has almost halved. Meanwhile, Britain’s domestic pot production is booming: the number of growing operations seized more than doubled between 2007 and 2009, overtaking the Netherlands and accounting for half the busts in Europe.

  3. Lib Dem leadership candidate Norman Lamb calls for cannabis legalisation

    31 မေလ 2015
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    The Liberal Democrat leadership candidate Norman Lamb has called for the UK to legalise, regulate and tax the sale of cannabis.

  4. 3,000 children enslaved in Britain after being trafficked from Vietnam

    22 မေလ 2015
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    The link between child trafficking and the UK’s domestic cannabis industry has been increasing, with Vietnamese children the main group at risk.

  5. Could 'The Brighton Model' help the seaside city make millions with weed?

    23 ဖေဖေါ်ဝါရီလ 2015
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    In 2012, Green Party councillor Ben Duncan suggested that cannabis cafes should be licensed in the city in a bid to boost tourism.

  6. Drugs in the UK: Why we need to talk about regulation and decriminalisation

    30 ဇန်နဝါရီလ 2015
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    Fighting the war on drugs in the UK costs an estimated £13 billion annually.