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Police chief vows to stop arresting drug addicts and ‘low level dealers’

by IAN BIRRELL FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY, posted 19 11 2017

in favour of sending them to rehab programme A police chief has declared that his force will stop prosecuting all drug addicts  Chief Constable Mike Barton revealed the controversial plan due in December Durham are the first British...

Police should enforce the law, not change it

by Mail on Sunday Comment for the Daily Mail , posted 19 11 2017

Chief Constables are not hired to change the law. They are hired to enforce it. Mike Barton, the Durham Police chief, needs to be sharply reminded of this. Mr Barton has made something of a name for himself...


by Brandon Rittiman , KUSA , posted 17 11 2017

Doctors claim an 11-month old boy from Colorado is the first known case of death by marijuana overdose, sparking a medical debate. Two poison control doctors claim to have documented the first known case of death by marijuana...

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