Scottish ministers to hear arguments for medicinal use of cannabis [right to grow your own / pharma only access]
British Sugar grows cannabis under a licence from the Home Office [of the UK], which they sell to GW Pharmaceuticals to make its new CBD based medicine, Epidiolex.
The managing director of British Sugar is Paul Kenward, husband of the Home Office minister with responsibility for drugs, Victoria Atkins. Since this was widely publicised she has stopped herself from addressing issues related to cannabis. Philip May, the Prime Minister’s husband, is a relationship manager at Capital Group, who through Mentor Capital, are the largest shareholder in GW Pharmaceuticals, with a holding worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
Original Article (The National Scott):
Scottish ministers to hear arguments for medicinal use of cannabis
Artwork Fair Use: Ohannes Kurkdjian