West Midlands joins four other police forces to offer help rather than a criminal record to some people caught with drugs
The "Cancard", devised by campaigner Carly Barton, would effectively decriminalise possession for patients.
Decriminalising sex work is the next logical step for any political party that wants to put workers first.
In a country where stigma and shame drive many women towards unsafe abortions, this is an account of one woman who, unlike many, survived to tell the tale.
However, this does not mean that the country that carries the death penalty for drug trafficking is legalising drugs.
We spoke to The English Collective of Prostitutes about their new 'Make All Women Safe’ campaign, which takes aim at legislation that coerces women into working alone.
After experts demanded that Westminster give Wales the power to bring the war on cannabis to a "long overdue" end, PCC Arfon Jones told us he can't regulate weed, but he can decide how to police it.
We spoke to the individuals responsible for the pro-medical cannabis demonstration.
The big take-away: drug use is on the up among young people, countering the government's argument against decriminalisation.
In a UK where legal narcotics were tightly regulated, would former dealers move into other areas of crime, or pack it all in?
The Labour MP on why it's time for the UK to catch up with the rest of the world.
Speaking to experts and campaigners about what to expect from a country filled with regulated cannabis.