27 Mar Drugs Policy Inquiry Publishes 731 Pages Of Written Evidence

The Home Affairs select committee has now published an astonishing 731 pages of written evidence submitted to it for its inquiry into drugs policy.

Download the document here:

Part 1 (pages 1 – 370)

Part 2 (pages 371 – 731)

The first three pages are a list of all the contributors. I am proud to see many CLEAR members there. All the usual suspects are present although I am surprised to see the committee has also accepted evidence submitted anonymously.

Whether this document is a cure for insomnia remains to be seen but turn to page four and the first submission is from Kathy Gyngell. Looking further on I see that there are many, many submissions referring to CLEAR, to our aims and objectives and to evidence on our website. There is no doubt that we will have a big impact on the inquiry.

Happy reading!