Mel Menzies On Bbc Radio Wm: Should Cannabis Be Downgraded Per David Nutt's Advice?

Posted at 18:54pm on 6th November 2009

The resignation of David Nutt, the UK government's drugs adviser, sparked controversy over the classification and downgrading of cannabis. Mel Menzies comments on BBC Radio WM on Sunday 8th November at 08.50, in the light of her daughter's teenage drug abuse, and ultimate death.

Read the story here: Addicts Like Kate Walsh Show That The Grey Areas Of British Law Need A Black & White Reform.

And make sure to tune in at 08.50 on Sunday 8th November!

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