The campaign is the second most popular on the government’s website – but ministers say the drug causes misery and harm
The #government has moved to crush a 200,000-strong petition to legalise #cannabis before it’s even been debated.
Activists hailed a victory when the huge campaign became the second-most popular cause on a new government website – beaten only by a bid to sack Jeremy Hunt.
It flew past 100,000 signatures, forcing a debate by a committee of 11 MPs when they return from their summer holidays in a few weeks.
The Tory administration has now issued a thundering reply which says it has no plans to end the war on drugs.
Read the official reply