BBC 5 Cannabis Debate with James Duffy
July 26, 2015 | Our Blogs | 2 Comments|
Want something to listen to over breakfast? How about the cannabis debate on BBC Radio 5 with LEAP UK’s James Duffy?
James is a former Police Inspector as well as the former Chair of Strathclyde Police Federation (go to 2.11.45 in to listen) – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b062djmt#play
Very interesting discussion indeed. The debate picks up on this week’s news that Durham’s Police and Crime Commissioner wishes to change the way we deal with cannabis.
Debating on the Stephen Nolan show, LEAP’s James Duffy engages in conversation with National Drug Prevention Alliance’s David Raynes.
Cannabis and Caffeine are about the same level in harm, yet we ain’t asking for people to detox off of caffeine. All this saying Cannabis is harmful, is more harmful than the herb, which makes more people feel better than ever worst. or we would be fighting to use this great plant.
And another encounter.
Drug legalisation debate,
BBC Radio Scotland
Stephen Jardine show.
Drugs discussion between Jim Duffy of LEAP (Law Enforcement against
Prohibition) and David Raynes NDPA
Starts 1hour 23 into recording
Ends 1hour 41into recording