a UK referendum on the legalisation of medicinal marijuana
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Cannabis has been illegal in the UK since September the 28th 1928.
It has been 87 years since an international drugs conference was held, and an Egyptian delegate managed to convince everyone that cannabis was a threat to society, thus making the 1925 Dangerous Drugs Act come into force, which made cannabis illegal in the united kingdom.
What was the information this Egyptian delegate had that managed to convince everyone? and is the information still relevant?
With our scientific advances and discoveries about cannabis and its medicinal properties, are these out dated reasons still strong enough to keep everyone convinced that the we don't need it?
It is time the people of the United Kingdom came together to speak on a subject that has been surrounded in contraversy since the flower power movement in the 1960s.
If cannabis can help the people of the United Kingdom through the worst epidemic of cancer and serious illness in human history then why not decriminalise it?
With the help and support strong minded individual like MP Mhairi Black, the issue should get the fair decision the United Kingdom needs.
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