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High fines: UK pro-cannabis party must pay £23k over late accounts

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In news that will do little to dispel popular stereotypes about the productivity of fans of certain drugs, the Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol political party has been fined for repeatedly filing its a… Read More
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
In news that will do little to dispel popular stereotypes about the productivity of fans of certain drugs, the Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol political party has been fined for repeatedly filing its accounts late.

The party must pay a total of £23,000 for what the Electoral Commission said were “numerous failures” to comply with rules on reporting political finances.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/feb/21/high-fines-pro-cannabis-party-must-pay-23000-over-late-accounts
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2m, 1w agoPosted 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
chillax, maybe they were looking for a snack and exploring other more conscious things.
#2
That's why you don't do drugs!
#3
Governments hate happy drugs because who wants to go to work pay taxes and kill people in wars when you can get it on big time have an orgy, Laugh dance and then eat lots of snacks and then sleep for a day or three X)
#4
Too doped up to realise they were due?
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=D2nq8DzYToE

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RKvFb1AenG0

says it all


Edited By: shadey12 on Feb 21, 2017 17:39: add
#6
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
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drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
doobie!
#8
Rom
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
doobie!
http://cps-static.rovicorp.com/3/JPG_500/MI0003/591/MI0003591325.jpg?partner=allrovi.com
#9
Ban em for promoting drug use anyway
#10
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
I don't think cannabis kills brain cells, unlike alcohol, hence the name of their party I guess
#11
Rom
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
I don't think cannabis kills brain cells, unlike alcohol, hence the name of their party I guess


cannabis which is as strong as that being sold today can cause psychotic episodes. It is not safe.

http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/healthadvice/problemsdisorders/cannabis.aspx?theme=mobile

Mental health problems

There is growing evidence that people with serious mental illness, including depression and psychosis, are more likely to use cannabis or have used it for long periods of time in the past.  Regular use of the drug has appeared to double the risk of developing a psychotic episode or long-term schizophrenia. However, does cannabis cause depression and schizophrenia or do people with these disorders use it as a medication?

Over the past few years, research has strongly suggested that there is a clear link between early cannabis use and later mental health problems in those with a genetic vulnerability - and that there is a particular issue with the use of cannabis by adolescents.
#12
davewave
Rom
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
I don't think cannabis kills brain cells, unlike alcohol, hence the name of their party I guess
cannabis which is as strong as that being sold today can cause psychotic episodes. It is not safe.http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/healthadvice/problemsdisorders/cannabis.aspx?theme=mobile
Mental health problems
There is growing evidence that people with serious mental illness, including depression and psychosis, are more likely to use cannabis or have used it for long periods of time in the past.  Regular use of the drug has appeared to double the risk of developing a psychotic episode or long-term schizophrenia. However, does cannabis cause depression and schizophrenia or do people with these disorders use it as a medication?
Over the past few years, research has strongly suggested that there is a clear link between early cannabis use and later mental health problems in those with a genetic vulnerability - and that there is a particular issue with the use of cannabis by adolescents.
Bit of a non sequitur but cheers
#13
Rom
davewave
Rom
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
I don't think cannabis kills brain cells, unlike alcohol, hence the name of their party I guess
cannabis which is as strong as that being sold today can cause psychotic episodes. It is not safe.http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/healthadvice/problemsdisorders/cannabis.aspx?theme=mobile
Mental health problems
There is growing evidence that people with serious mental illness, including depression and psychosis, are more likely to use cannabis or have used it for long periods of time in the past.  Regular use of the drug has appeared to double the risk of developing a psychotic episode or long-term schizophrenia. However, does cannabis cause depression and schizophrenia or do people with these disorders use it as a medication?
Over the past few years, research has strongly suggested that there is a clear link between early cannabis use and later mental health problems in those with a genetic vulnerability - and that there is a particular issue with the use of cannabis by adolescents.
Bit of a non sequitur but cheers
yes and no
#14
davewave
Rom
davewave
Rom
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
I don't think cannabis kills brain cells, unlike alcohol, hence the name of their party I guess
cannabis which is as strong as that being sold today can cause psychotic episodes. It is not safe.http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/healthadvice/problemsdisorders/cannabis.aspx?theme=mobile
Mental health problems
There is growing evidence that people with serious mental illness, including depression and psychosis, are more likely to use cannabis or have used it for long periods of time in the past.  Regular use of the drug has appeared to double the risk of developing a psychotic episode or long-term schizophrenia. However, does cannabis cause depression and schizophrenia or do people with these disorders use it as a medication?
Over the past few years, research has strongly suggested that there is a clear link between early cannabis use and later mental health problems in those with a genetic vulnerability - and that there is a particular issue with the use of cannabis by adolescents.
Bit of a non sequitur but cheers
yes and no

you have to ask why is cannabis sold today that strength and the answer lies in all probability in the fact it is illegal, is so much easier to transport 10000 highs in a cig packet than in a suitcase....
#15
Rom
drtongue
Hey maaan what's the rush dude, I'll do it when I've had me doogie and killed a few more brain cells.
I don't think cannabis kills brain cells, unlike alcohol, hence the name of their party I guess


you can never argue with a druggie as they are always correct, hence the brain cells.

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