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Nothing has changed since I was sacked. Drugs policy still doesn’t work

My “mistake” 10 years ago was to argue that UK drug policy was politically rather than scientifically based. It seems that nothing has changed in the past decade: evidence still takes second place to politics with regard to drug policy decisions.

The government needs the best possible expert advice to develop effective policies. It needs a strong advisory council with a diverse membership, free from the taint of political interference. 

Original Article (The Guardian):
Nothing has changed since I was sacked. Drugs policy still doesn’t work
Artwork Fair Use: Nina Stähli + Walter Willimann

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