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Cannabis Laws | The Right To Grow In Britain

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Cannabis Laws | The Right To Grow In Britain

Cannabis Laws in Britain Cannabis laws are somewhat hazy in Britain at the moment, while officially cannabis is illegal according to the law, many have reported that in many areas the police have basically stopped caring about cannabis. This allegedly extends to the growing of small amounts as well as the possessing of small amounts. Many UKCSC (UK Cannabis Social Clubs) across the country have been campaigning for British people to have the right to grow cannabis in their own home as well as in a public place as a collective providing it is for personal or medical use. This...

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UK Cannabis Social Clubs

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UK Cannabis Social Clubs

UK Cannabis Social Clubs Bringing People Together With cannabis still being completely illegal in Britain, us stoners have got to stick together, it seems the only way to bring about reform is to work together. And with the government insisting it has no intention of changing it’s laws anytime soon, chances are we may be waiting a while for reform. The government still hold the consensus that marijuana is harmful and dangerous, without really allowing for proper testing on the substance. Cannabis has been labelled a ‘controlled substance’ by the government, however, this puts the control in the hands of organised...

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Is The UK Stuck In The Past In Terms Of Drug Policies? Many MPs Think So

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Is The UK Stuck In The Past In Terms Of Drug Policies? Many MPs Think So

With recent reform across America alongside planned reform across Europe, the UK has seemed anything but progressive in terms of its laws on drugs, specifically marijuana, with the current UK Prime Minister Theresa May being seemingly opposed to marijuana. However, the Prime Minister is not the be-all-end-all and democracy dictates that if a petition gained enough ground then it should go to vote. Recently, a group of MPs have called for marijuana legalisation, claiming the UK is falling behind in terms of drug policies and reform. Leading the charge is former Deputy Prime Minister and Sheffield Hallam MP Nick Clegg...

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