Thailand intends to decriminalise cannabis — a move that will make it the first Southeast Asian country to do so.
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A new report launched yesterday argues for “inevitable” cannabis reform in the UK, as advocates and campaigners are joining forces to combat social injustice surrounding the substance.
Cannabis compounds prevented the virus that causes Covid-19 from penetrating healthy human cells, according to a laboratory study published in the Journal of Nature Products.
Track and field star Sha’Carri Richardson’s medal-winning hopes were dashed when she tested positive for THC, the main intoxicating compound found in marijuana, disqualifying her from the Tokyo Olympics with a one-month suspension.
The London mayor denies reports he is moving to “decriminalise” drugs in the capital, but a pilot scheme would see 18 to 24-year-olds caught with a “small amount” of cannabis avoid arrest and instead be offered courses on the dangers of drug use.
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Malta will this week become the first European country to legalise the cultivation and possession of cannabis for personal use
Massachusetts cannabis dispensary bakes world’s largest cannabis brownie that measures 3ft by 3ft and is filled with 20,000 milligrams of THC
A Massachusetts company says it set a record for baking the world’s largest cannabis-infused brownie, which measures three-foot by three-foot and is filled with 20,000 milligrams of THC.
Nick Clegg joins calls for countries to shift towards decriminalising drugs and regulated sale of cannabis
Former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has called for a radical overhaul of the UK’s drug policy that would end prohibition and said most people use drugs in a way that is not “hugely problematic.”