Professor Green Makes an Excellent Roast
We met the rapper in his south London home to talk about coming up, the emotional battles of making documentaries, selling drugs and the benefits of posting a good roast on Instagram.
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Women Are Leading the Fight Against the War on Drugs
Two of the most prominent groups devoted to reforming America's drug laws are now run by women of colour. Here's what they're accomplishing, and how they're doing it.
Former Head of the AFP Calls for Australia to Decriminalise Drugs
"We cannot hope to nanny ourselves out of risk," says Mick Palmer, who was Australia's top cop between 1994 and 2001.
How Austerity in the UK Could Actually Help the Campaign to Legalise Weed
As legalisation is debated in Westminster today, we spoke to the founder of drug policy think-tank Transform about how budget cuts could bring about change far quicker than expected.
I Spent Harvest Time with South Australia's Weed Growers
Unlike most of the country, South Australia has enjoyed decriminalisation since 1987. We hung out with some growers to see what that means for them.
The Most Important UN Drugs Summit for Decades Was Depressing
So much ignorance, so many platitudes – so long, War on Drugs.
The Hangover News
This weekend, the government failed to deport a hunger-striking Nigerian asylum seeker.
I Went On a Hash-Making Holiday in Northern Morocco
The country is toying with the idea of legalisation.
Is Britain Set for Its Very Own Cannabis Revolution?
American drugs law author Doug Fine thinks it's inevitable.
Every Weed Smoker's Fantasy Is About to Come True in Uruguay
The government is set to seize control of a legalised marijuana industry, in an attempt to fight crime and improve the economy.