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Mephedrone: Dr Polly Taylor’s Letter To Home Secretary Alan Johnson

by | 29th, March 2010

BAN mephedrone now. Meow Meow must be banned because the newspapers say it is deadly. At Gordon Brown has waded into the meow meow debate, using the plant food as a way to look tough and meaningful. At No 10 Downing Street, York Press reporter Jenny Bell delivered a petition campaigning against the drug mephedrone, accompanied by Tory MP Robert Goodwill. Can the Tories out tough the Labour Party on meow meow?

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Will Mephedrone Man decide the election? Will the legal high be used to feed our fears and enable us to think there are worst things out there than smack, black and tobac? Or will the Government say meow meow just needs to be controlled and tax it?

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Note: Our gallery includes a copy of the letter of the resignation letter sent from key government drugs advisor Dr Polly Taylor to Home Secretary Alan Johnson, after she quit just hours before Mr Johnson was expected to announce a proposed ban on mephedrone.

Dr Taylor is the sixth member of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs to resign since the sacking of the chairman, Professor David Nutt, last year.

Good to see that any debate on drugs is stymied by a Government that makes billions off the stuff.

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York Press reporter Jenny Bell (centre) hands a petition to Downing Street, London, campaigning against the drug mephedrone.



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