Class A drug possession effectively decriminalised in Scotland

Sep 23, 2021 by

by Kieran Andrews, The Times: Drug possession is to be effectively decriminalised in Scotland with those caught with Class A substances set to receive a police warning rather than face prosecution. Dorothy Bain QC, the lord advocate,...

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Spineless Johnson and Biden have Afghan blood on their hands

Aug 17, 2021 by

By Lieutenant-General Jonathon Riley, TCW: FROM the autumn of 2007 to the end of 2008 I was Deputy Commanding General of all NATO forces in Afghanistan, the first to hold that office. Before that I spent two years as the senior coalition...

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Britain Needs a New Approach to Homelessness

Jan 21, 2021 by

by Noel Yaxley, Quillette: “Out here, everyone’s taking something,” a man named Karl explains as he scratches his chest and tries to gather up the copies of the Big Issue he’s just dropped. Karl is standing in the middle of a busy high...

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A flagrant prostitution of morality

Jul 25, 2020 by

by Mark Edmonds, Mailonline: THE cheery municipal sign is designed to bring a splash of colour, a frisson of optimism, to the inner-city gloom. Its upbeat slogan: ‘HOLBECK — where families and communities bloom.’ But this grim area near...

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Video Emerges Of Drag Kid ‘Desmond Is Amazing’ Pretending to Snort Ketamine

Feb 20, 2020 by

by David Marcus, The Federalist: Disturbing videos have emerged of s 12-year-old drag kid known as “Desmond Is Amazing” pretending to snort ketamine, and appearing with convicted murderer Michael Alig. The clips, first reported on by The...

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Malignant or Benign?: Gatestone Institute to examine the impact of legalized marijuana in 2020

Nov 27, 2019 by

from The Gatestone Institute: As the nation moves towards the widespread legalization of marijuana, Gatestone Institute has announced plans for a series of symposiums during 2020 that will closely examine the potential impact of those...

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