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Greenisgood
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Who do i have to talk to in order to decriminalize cannabis in the UK / GB?
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jetro
jetro
Talk to the ex primeministers teresa may, her hub phil is the man!
https://researchingreform.net/2018/07/02/pharma-company-majority-owned-by-uk-pms-husband-announces-new-cannabis-medication-days-after-home-office-relaxes-ban/
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Greenisgood
Greenisgood
Awesome
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PercyGrower
PercyGrower
Remind me to come back to this topic in 25 years or so, when we'll be no closer.
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Conrad The Great
Conrad The Great
Not sure who but I know they are drunk.
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Raskolnikov
Raskolnikov
I am 43 years old and people have been telling me since I was 15 it would be soon. I honestly do not see it happening in my lifetime. It would solve a lot of our problems in this country but on the other hand we would not get to look forward to our trips to more enlightened countries.As has been already said alcohol and pharma, "dealers" would not allow it imo.
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Shatzilla
Shatzilla
Money. People with money. Big business. Are the only ones. Politicians will always curtail to their wishes. It's already happening though. The big Green companies in America/Canada are funding the media campaigns at the moment (oil for sick kids, CBD etc.) The Tories moved pretty quickly from staunchly objecting to rushing through legislation. The weed leaf motif is moving from "hippy symbol" to "health symbol" pretty quickly. It's no longer just the cheap bandanas, lighters or t-shirts. It's in supermarkets, pound shops, vape shops, health food shops, it's pervasive. Plant plastics, climate benefits, hemp cottons, CBD products, food stuffs, the list goes on of the advantages. Soon enough the image of the "Chong" style stoner with the weed t-shirt and the massive joint aren't the symbol and the benefits can't be ignored. That's when change will happen and we're almost there. A few more steps along the road is decriminilisation.
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ConanVsCrom
ConanVsCrom
Big pharma, booze companies and pub chains like wetherspoons (run by a real asshole, and major conservative party donor) would never let that happen. As long as these lot are in we be struggling.
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Greenisgood
Greenisgood
This is great! What do i make it for though, its already medicinal, but recreational bills just not been showed to be beneficial to the industry...Maybe recreational with no taxes lol like a food product
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gardenvariety
gardenvariety
I have an idea for a petition to make weekly drug tests mandatory for all MPs. Failing the test to result in immediate sacking, as well as being prohibited for life from holding any position in government. If nothing else I imagine we'd see coke legalised in a matter of minutes.
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Greenisgood
Greenisgood
This is great, but if weed is already medicinal, amd its not provided, then what do we word it as? So doctors prescribe it? Maybe doctors to prescribe recreational cannabis for ptsd/anxiety/work-stress related illness- pain management alt...?
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Noxa88
Noxa88
They’re a bunch of morons so they won’t listen anyways, backwards archaism at its finest the British Government.... The economy is fucked due to Covid.... how to help it.... create thousands of jobs, millions in tax revenue, take the burden off border / customs and police simply by legalising Cannabis but they’re so fucking stupid and blind that no ones even considered it I’d guarantee, a few years ago I thought we were very close and we’re clearly not, only thing anyone seems to acknowledge now is a rally or riot so that’s clearly the path, 100,000 people blazing some herb outside the commons is the only way imo.
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Billie jean
Billie jean
It would literally solve all the problems NHS etc etc etc
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Noxa88
Noxa88
Right now is the time, it won’t solve a whole economy in anyway but every little helps right now as line you say even if it was just used to bolster the NHS then it’s a huge win, they’re just too blind and arrogant to see it.
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Billie jean
Billie jean
There too scared to because of public opinion and the negative image weed has which is complete bs
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Katy
Katy
Project twenty 21 I think is how u write it, they are doing a lot of research because it’s good for so many things and they are helping make way for medical accessibility, I think the UK will get further medically than criminally in the near future, despite it not solving broader issues decriminalisation would. I guess like any where else once it’s available medically anyone can make it apply to them or source it from someone that is.
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topshelfdoctor
topshelfdoctor
I mean they legalized it for medical use almost 2 years ago and 2 prescriptions for medicinal cannabis have been issued in that time. I really hope things change but please don't bank on it as you are set up for disappointment
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Greenisgood
Greenisgood
Exactly.. ok cool I’ll look into them. Thank you, Katy.
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Pipboy3000
Pipboy3000
Loads going on in back ground, I shared a link to aan article, above. Which is a good read and shows some steps that are being taken. Can't be too much longer though, its getting relaxed around the globe. Let's all be one happy stoner world
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Billie jean
Billie jean
They say within the next 5 years we'll see I guess
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Greenisgood
Greenisgood
For sure, thanks I’ll check it out
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Billie jean
Billie jean
Theresa May and her hubby
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topshelfdoctor
topshelfdoctor
yh but that's a separate issue really as they grow for export and they aren't the only ones. The UK is one of the largest exporters of medicinal cannabis in the world (probably garbage like). that has been going on long before medical use was first legalized over here. I don't see legalization happening unless the government put ridiculous tax rates on recreational use. tbh I don't really care about legalization i would much prefer decriminalization to stop those hmrc pricks taking a cut
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Petitefleur
Petitefleur
But it is only decriminalised in the Netherlands, and the tax man definitely gets a cut from coffeeshops. I am not sure there is a way around that one ...
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topshelfdoctor
topshelfdoctor
Uruguay do it the best way I believe. no tax on cannabis flower/hash all the tax is put on smoking paraphernalia. In comparison to tobacco and alcohol which are taxed heavily
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Gong1066
Gong1066
As far as I know , Uruguay has a legal limit on THC levels.
Therefore the black market will never be eradicated
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Petitefleur
Petitefleur
Definitely better....but not a complete avoidance
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Billie jean
Billie jean
There taking the piss out of us that's all I know growing and exporting shit while they threaten everyday people with fines and jail
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Greenisgood
Greenisgood
Thank you
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Mm80
Mm80
A jinn and use one of your 3 wishes
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I have been scammed TGT
Did you try to message the trans whatever people?
Grow house.
Is it a deisel relative? Maybe week 5/ 6 in flower…
Katy
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PAX OR DYNAVAP which is best?
Yes and my cousin paid the extra to design the tit… + 2 more
Portugal’s radical drugs policy is working. Why hasn’t the world copied it?
Uchem.... Facemasks lol + 2 more
Accuses you of exactly what he's doing.
Im only responding to this out of love and comoass…
Strongest UK bud on here as of 24/07/2020?
Fa sho, ull see + 2 more
Aabuyer
on  Aabuyer
Smoking and working out
Then i smoke two more