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Bognor Regis beach
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Magistrate Stephen Ewins gives cruel justice over 16 cannabis plants.

By Chris Bovey Police in the dull seaside resort of Bognor Regis on the south coast of England in West Susses are very pleased with themselves for taking sixteen harmless cannabis plants off the streets. The brave boys in blue knocked…
Theresa May, making a hash of Brexit with EU and Union Jack flags.
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Theresa May, just fuck off and go, you are useless!

By Chris Bovey For the last few years, I’ve been following the Brexit shambles since day one. Virtually everything I predicted is happening, except it’s an even bigger clusterfuck than even I anticipated. So who do we blame for this…
Sierra Leone Cannabis Flag
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Tory MP’s cousin buys 4,000 acre cannabis grow.

By Chris Bovey Conservative Party Deputy Chairman, James Cleverly’s cousin has purchased a 4,000-acre farm in Sierra Leone to import and grow cannabis in Sierra Leone. Last week, Chris Cleverly, chairman of London based Black Commodities…
30 day Facebook ban
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Facebook says standing up to racist bullies is 'hate speech'.

By Chris Bovey Whether we like it or not Facebook is an integral part of many people’s lives to share information and to communicate with each other. I’m sure many of you will have fallen foul of Facebook’s ban hammer for sharing…
Links to the Conservative Party and paedophilia.
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MI5 will only investigate paedo ministers if a ‘security risk’

By Richard Shrubb The MI5 spy agency is only interested in investigating paedophiles and other sexual miscreant ministers if they are at risk of blackmail due to the nature of their job. Essentially junior ministers and ordinary MPs who…
Cannabis oil with apothecary jar and wooden judge hammer.
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Man punished for growing cannabis for dying son with cancer.

By Richard Shrubb Justice in the UK is often luck of the draw. Guy Friedberg, 49, a jeweller from Ayr was lucky with the judge who punished him for growing cannabis plants - she agreed with his plea in mitigation and gave him a reduced punishment.…
Child slave people trafficked into the UK by ruthless criminal gangs to grow cannabis.
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Conservative Party endorses child slavery and people trafficking.

By Richard Shrubb Teenage child slaves trafficked from Vietnam are being prosecuted for cannabis cultivation instead of being looked after by the state, despite the May government constantly harping on about how they are taking the ‘global…
British Sugar's legal weed farm vs tiny grow in a lorry in Dorset.

Police protect the Tory Drugs Minister's cannabis interests.

By Chris Bovey Two men have been arrested after police discovered four lorry containers full of cannabis plants in north Dorset. Police who found the plants say they were acting on intelligence. I suppose the two poor guys arrested should…
Houses of Parliament with weed leaf
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Lib Dem bid to legalise cannabis in the UK blocked by Tories.

By Chris Bovey. Former Liberal Democrat Health Minister called on MPs to legalise cannabis in the UK, however, his attempts were thwarted by Tory MPs. MPs voted 66 to 52 against his Ten-Minute Rule Bill, which proposed to legalise the…
Prof Mike Barnes speaking at the United Patients Alliance
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Prof Barnes set to make millions from botched medical cannabis laws.

By Kevin John Braid Professor Mike Barnes, who assisted the government with the formulation of their recent heavily criticised botched law changes on medical cannabis in the UK stands to make £4.4 Million from a deal with one of the world's…
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Lobbying and gambling putting young lives in danger.

By Richard Shrubb Lobbying is the scourge of UK politics. Private interests are over-represented in government through gifts, payments and days out given to MPs and Peers. More than 100 people are likely to commit suicide in the next year…
Medical Cannabis Tilray UK
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Cannabis links to the Conservative Party

By Jeff Ditchfield Any sensible person has to admit that the 'War on Drugs' is, in reality, a war on people and as any student of history knows, the first victim in any war is the "truth".  I feel I have to address this week's Sunday Mail…