Former government drugs adviser tells UK government to unblock research on psychedelics, citing “remarkable” treatment potential
A Parliament with legal and illegal substances being consumed as and when is unfit to uphold standards in public life, says Rachel Morris
Sam Bright and Rachel Morris report on a change of mood from the Commons Speaker, after he threatened tough action on the Westminster drugs culture just a few months ago
Does Boris Johnson’s administration really want to introduce a policy which would see its friends in the dock or dinner parties raided?
As the Scottish Government announces an extra £250 million to tackle the ‘national disgrace’ of drug-related deaths, Lindsey Kennedy and Nathan Paul Southern report on Westminster’s failing drugs policy and how it is stopping Scotland from fighting addiction
Gareth Roberts argues that the Chancellor must not revert to type after the COVID-19 pandemic eases and preside over the continued under-funding of public services.
The Government’s recent deportations of “serious foreign national offenders” are the most recent and poignant example of the so-called ‘colour line’, argues Lola Brittain.
Joseph Shaw meets Lesley Gibson, who has MS, and was taken to court for growing her own cannabis – because the batch prescribed to her legally was too expensive.
The US has spent more than $2.5 trillion on prohibition despite there being no empirical data to support its supply-side focused policy, writes CJ Werleman.
Hardeep Matharu sat down with MP David Lammy to discuss privilege, knife crime and cannabis at this week’s Labour Party Conference