Should the UK rethink drug laws?

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Should the UK rethink drug laws?
9th December 2014

Labour leader Ed Miliband today said he is opposed to decriminalising illegal drugs.

The announcement was made during Leaders Live and follows the same political line as the Conservative party.

But Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has slammed the Tories drugs policy as 'facile and misplaced'.

He accused them of being 'frightened' to rethink drugs laws. The Evening Show panel discussed.

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