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Taxing the UK Cannabis Market

The most authoritative, independent, expert research on the UK cannabis market by the Independent Drug Monitoring Unit, commissioned by CLEAR in 2011.

Medicinal Cannabis: The Evidence

The most up-to-date, analysis of the evidence on the safety and efficacy of cannabis as medicine. Focuses on Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, chronic pain, Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Published April 2015.

How To Regulate Cannabis In Britain

This is the second version of a plan for the regulation of the cannabis supply chain in Britain. This version was published on 18th October 2013

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CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform

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CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform4 hours ago
"An Australian company has held talks with a local authority about building the first legal cannabis farm in Scotland. In May, LeafCann Group Pty Ltd announced that a subsidiary had been granted a licence to manufacture medicinal cannabis by the Australian Office of Drug Control. According to Companies House, LeafCann UK Ltd, a British subsidiary, was incorporated in January. A source said there had been a “couple of meetings” between the council and the company, adding that nothing was “signed and sealed”.
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform4 hours ago
"A few main reasons why older adults consume cannabis is to help treat pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and lack of appetite. According to the review, roughly 55 percent of the older adult generation have one or more medical conditions and symptoms that can be relieved by medical cannabis."
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform4 hours ago
"KAVOS is known for its wild nightlife with young Brits heading to the Greek island of Corfu each summer, but this year there’s something new on offer to revellers. On offer near the tills in 12.5g packets, “Cannabis Satvia L.” is being sold to revellers for as little as €10 a pack. One shop keeper told us: “We’ve bought loads in, everyone has."
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform4 hours ago
Daily Mail suffers another bout of cannabis hysteria, rolling out all its scariest propaganda (again!), quoting the usual useless idiots, Mary Brett, David Raynes and the new boy on the block, David Green, director of Civitas, who is trying to make a name for himself as a champion of reefer madness. Norman Lamb MP and various police spokesmen provide a rational explanation of the policy while the mindless Home Office sticks to its standard script, demonstrating that it has no idea and no direction except to keep going round in circles.

When will our government wake from its permanent vegetative state and introduce a cannabis policy that is based on evidence and makes sense?
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
Campaigners fear drug is being unofficially legalised
Across England, an average of just 22 per cent of possession offences led to a criminal charge last year - down from 27 per cent in 2017.
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CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform4 hours ago
"The equation is disingenuous because it ignores the huge distinctions between the worlds of powder cocaine and crack cocaine. They come from the same smuggled batches, but when some of the cocaine is washed up into crack, the two products go to very different ends of the market – something that seems to have caused some confusion, certainly among journalists. Crack is synonymous with the street trade in heroin, where the two substances are sold as a pair, "brown and white", often straight out of the seller's arse into the buyer's hand."
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform
CLEAR Cannabis Law Reform5 hours ago
"After the first batch was seized, Ms Appleby and her partner Lee had to obtain a prescription from a specialist UK consultant to get it back. But despite having a private prescription with her, she was told she needed an import licence."

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Daily Mail rolls out all its scariest anti-#cannabis propaganda (again!), quoting the usual useless idiots, Mary Brett, David Raynes and David Green, director of @Civitas_UK, which is trying to make a name for itself in #reefermadness #drugspolicy https://t.co/YXBZx23RJj https://t.co/pKWDU57vR8 CLEARUK photo
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