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Kathy Gyngell: When Farron is crushed will he console himself with a joint?

by Kathy Gyngell The Conservative Woman, posted 19 05 2017

Wednesday saw the Lib Dem manifesto published at the Oval Space in Hackney. Eager BBC reporters took off to Cambridge, where no doubt they thought they’d find  among students some supporters for this 1970s retro party’s hippy drugs policy. The...

US workers testing positive for illegal drugs hits 12yr high – report

by RT, posted 18 05 2017

More than one in 25 American workers tested positive for illicit drugs during employer tests last year, with cocaine and amphetamine positivity increasing rapidly, according to analysis by a top workplace drug-testing lab. Detection of cocaine, marijuana, amphetamines...

Drug and alcohol charity Lifeline Project collapses

by David Brindle The Guardian, posted 18 05 2017

Shock failure of charity serving 80,000 people a year and employing 1,300 comes after allegations over financial controls One of the UK’s leading drug and alcohol treatment charities has collapsed days after the Charity Commission launched an investigation...

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