and most likely, their most expensive.
I have been following this story from alcohol soaked Britain.
About a boy and the confiscation of his CBD Oil.
If anyone ever had any doubts to who OWNS the children in the UK – it should be clear now.
(Hint – It is not the parents)
If anyone ever had any doubts why CBD is banned – it should be clear now.
Bearing witness to and initiating a child suffering on ANY magnitude is usually called child abuse, unless its the Government.
Theresa May refuses to change the law on medical cannabis
Theresa May today refused to endorse her Health Secretary’s call for a full review into the use of medical cannabis in the wake of the Billy Caldwell case.
The Prime Minister insisted there was a ‘good reason’ for Britain’s tough drug rules hours after Jeremy Hunt suggested a full review had been ordered by Home Secretary Sajid Javid.
Britain should LEGALISE cannabis because war on drug ‘has been irreversibly lost’, says ex-Tory leader William Hague
Ex-Tory leader William Hague sparked a furious row today by claiming cannabis should be legalised because the war on the drug has been ‘comprehensively and irreversibly lost’.
Lord Hague said expecting police to rid the streets of recreational cannabis is futile and called on Theresa May to be ‘bold’ and introduce a ‘major change’ in policy.
He said the case of Billy Caldwell – an epileptic child who needs cannabis oil to treat his life-threatening seizures – shows that current laws on the drug are ‘utterly out of date’.
Epileptic boy Billy Caldwell has ‘life-threatening seizures’ after cannabis confiscated
The mother of a severely epileptic boy who was refused cannabis treatment in the UK has told Sky News she is “absolutely devastated” after he suffered a series of life-threatening seizures.
Charlotte Caldwell attempted to bring medicinal cannabis oil into the UK for her 12-year-old son Billy, but it was confiscated at Heathrow airport on Monday after a flight from Canada.
He was taken to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on Friday after a “sudden increase in frequency and intensity of seizures”, his family said.
Speaking outside the London hospital, Ms Caldwell said her son’s “brutal condition” had “returned with a vengeance” since the medication was confiscated.
“These seizures are life-threatening,” she told Sky News.
“One seizure could kill him.