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David Cameron prevented his own civil servants from advising him on a landmark Home Office drugs policy report which saw coalition ministers at loggerheads, it has emerged. The report found no significant correlation between the relative toughness of drug laws and levels of drug use in countries around the world. Howe...
Today’s Home Office report which found "no obvious" link between tough laws and levels of illegal drug use offers “an open door” to drug policy reform, Caroline Luca...
David Cameron has defended the Government’s drug policy, saying the current approach is “working” and use of illegal substances is falling. Speaking at an event t...
Deputy Prime Minister press release During this afternoon's House of Commons debate on drugs policy, Liberal Democrat Home Office minister responded from the ...
MPs from across the House have urged ministers to adopt an evidence-based approach to drugs in the wake of a Home Office report finding "no obvious" link between tou...
Labour press release In response to reports this morning that the Lib Dems will support the decriminalisation of possession of drugs, Shadow Home Affairs Min...
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