UKCSC chairman Greg de Hoedt tells Welsh National Assembly to legalise cannabis clubs for jobs and public health and safety

UKCSC chairman Greg de Hoedt told the Welsh National Assembly that Wales should legalise cannabis clubs to create jobs and lift public health and safety in his speech to the Cannabis Wales Industry summit on 8 January. Greg started by explaining how the UK health service had failed him when he was diagnosed with Crohn’s, […]

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Why 2019 Is Going To Be A Big Year For UK Cannabis

The movement that cannabis saw in 2018 has given activists and consumers a renewed drive with the belief that change really might be possible. Seeing the UK Home Office change its stance from “cannabis has no medical benefit in herbal form” and “is dangerous to children and the developing mind”, to then prescribing cannabis as […]

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Changing minds at the Big Tent Ideas Festival 2018

On 8 September 2018, UKCSC chairman Greg de Hoedt took part in a panel discussion at the Big Tent Ideas Festival at the Babraham Research Institute in Cambridgeshire. The panel, chaired by Steve Moore, founder and director of Volteface, featured Lib Dem MP and anti-prohibitionist Norman Lamb, George McBride of Hanway Associates, Lizzie McCullough, Director […]

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High Time To Legalise Cannabis in the UK: UKCSC chairman Greg de Hoedt speech to Institute of Economic Affairs

At the end of June UKCSC chairman Greg de Hoedt was invited to speak at an Institute of Economic Affairs conference High Time To Legalise Cannabis in the UK. Greg spoke about his Crohn’s disease, how UKCSC started, and why the right to grow your own is essential to the legalisation movement. The video and […]

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