Drug Gangs Target Expelled School Children – Another Symptom Of Prohibition

Drug-dealing gangs specifically target children who have been excluded from school for recruitment in towns across the UK, according to a Home Office report. The report, which is due to be published next week, said children were particularly vulnerable when they were sent to local authority-run pupil referral units (PRUs) after exclusion. It says gangs take advantage of difficult pupils which have been removed by image-conscious institutions. The research was conducted into “county lines”, in which young people are recruited by gangs to deal Class A drugs on their behalf…

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Brain Cancer Patient Using Cannabis To Survive Denied Application To Expert Panel By Oncologists

In the latest example that suggests specialist doctors are unlikely to make life any easier for UK patients seeking medicinal cannabis, Caroline Burns, a former council worker and mum who is fighting brain cancer, has appealed directly to the Home Secretary after she was denied making an application to the ‘expert panel’. Caroline says cannabis has extended her life after being told that she had three months to live – three years later her tumour has shrunk by 26%. However, the cost of importing it from Canada amounts to at…

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