The Guardian: 'All-party group calls for legalisation of cannabis for medicinal uses'

Cannabis should be made legal in Britain for medicinal uses, according to a cross-party group of MPs and peers who led an inquiry into the drug’s potential to help patients. The recommendation from the group chaired by Lady Meacher would put the UK in line with at least 11 other European countries and 24 US states where laws already allow people to use the drug to alleviate chronic pain and other symptoms

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Frank Warburton
Volteface: 'High Level Parliamentary Group Calls For Medical Cannabis Legalisation in the UK'

A high level parliamentary enquiry has called for the legalisation of cannabis for medical purposes. The report, by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Drug Policy Reform, has been published today and follows an extensive inquiry lasting 7 months into the medical value of cannabis, currently a Schedule I substance.

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