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The Home Office has announced a review of legislation governing newly synthesized psychoactive substances aimed at combating the profusion of so-called 'legal highs'. One option under consideration will be to emulate current US law, which automatically bans any drug deemed "substantially similar" chemically to those which...
Labour press release Diana Johnson MP, Labour’s Shadow Crime and Security Minister, responding to a government review on legal highs, said: “The Home Secretary...
Liam Fox warned that Parliament’s refusal to countenance military strikes against Syria would harm Britain’s standing internationally. “I’m very disappointed at t...
William Hague argued to fail to enforce the 'red line' on chemical weapons use by the Assad regime carried greater risks than pursuing limited military action. “T...
Dave Anderson said he was worried that funding for drugs that treat rare conditions could get lost in the overall NHS budget. "What we had in the past was that th...
SNP press release The SNP has pointed to a report showing costs of prescriptions have reduced – blowing a hole in Labour’s calls to reintroduce charges after ques...
08/09/2013 on Murnaghan, Sky News
08/09/2013 on The Andrew Marr Show, BBC One
03/09/2013 on BBC News
11/03/2013 on BMJ
11/03/2013 on 5Live Breakfast, BBC 5Live
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