Could Thanet one day be the pot capital of Kent?
Ian Driver has publicly stated that he plans to organise a meeting in March
to discuss the possibility of setting up a cannabis café in Thanet. Driver suggests creating a place where people
bring their own cannabis to smoke.
Of course none of this changes the fact that Cannabis can only be obtained on the black market as selling Cannabis is currently against the law.
I appreciate that like alcohol and tobacco, cannabis can damage health but its time to think about developing a new approach to drugs because its clear that enforcement is becoming an incredibly expensive waste of money.
Is this a good idea? Here are some Cannabis facts. We will let you make up your own mind about Ian Driver's proposal.
Cannabis is illegal to possess, grow, distribute or sell in the UK without the appropriate licences. It is currently classed as a Class B drug. Read more about what that means here.
There is a growing body of evidence that suggests many therapeutic uses of Cannabis.
Cannabis is at times linked to young people beginning to smoke tobacco as cannabis is often smoked with tobacco in the United Kingdom, unlike in many other parts of the world.
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