Yesterday saw PC Jackson’s cross-examination on events around 15th September last year finish, and then him giving evidence about 20th November…
They’re a marketing guru’s dream: young, hedonistic, affluent - predominantly Londoners - and willing to spend around £15 a time on their pet indulgence. However it’s Britain’s cannabis dealers who are benefiting (to the tune of an estimated £3 billion a year) rather than importers of premium wines and spirits.
Roo was well again and things finally got moving, but the wheels of British justice crank round slowly (that’s an engineering term) so we got no further than the prosecution’s opening statement before we all went home for the weekend!
A man who opened an Amsterdam-style coffee shop has gone on trial charged with drugs offences.
A man who opened Britain’s first Amsterdam-style coffee shop has gone on trial charged with drugs offences.
A DUTCH-style cannabis cafe could be opened in Chester.
Two Dutch cannabis cafe chains plan to open up to 50 ventures in Britain in a full-frontal assault on the police’s ability to enforce drug laws.
THE reclassification of cannabis may leave a loophole in the law for “bring-your-own” cannabis cafes, The Herald has learned.
BOB MARLEY’S voice blares from the speakers and the air is thick with marijuana smoke as a teenager called Dibbz lights up another joint.
The back room of the Bong Chuffa shop, in Rowlands Road,Worthing, is being converted into a cafe by campaigners anticipating legalisation of the class B drug.
When cannabis campaigners set out to get themselves arrested they wanted to highlight what they consider to be the ludicrous and draconian nature of Britain’s drugs laws.
A SECOND man today unveiled plans to open a cannabis cafe in the Capital.
North Wales Police drugs squad officers have travelled to Amsterdam to find out how their Dutch counterparts deal with the issue of drugs possession.
THE Home Office will not put pressure on North Wales Police to close down a cannabis cafe if a scheme in Rhyl goes ahead, the man behind the venture has been told.
SCOTLAND’S first cannabis cafe could be open for business next month, one of the owners of the controversial enterprise told The Herald last night.
Bournemouth’s cannabis cafe has been raided as the BBC screened a programme about the venture.