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We firstly speak to Prof. David Nutt, author of ‘Nutt Uncut’ and the former Chair on the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (2008-2009). He discusses the UK government’s response to Coronavirus which he blasts as chaotic, the entrenched power of the Alcohol industry over Parliament and No.10 Downing Street, why he argues the current government’s and previous governments’ policy towards recreational drugs has been mistaken, how racism was de-facto encouraged in policing in the crackdown on drugs, the trends of the alcohol industry’s decline and the often ignored severity of harm caused by alcohol, how the damage caused by alcohol in the UK costs more than the revenue made from the alcohol industry and much more!
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A MailOnline spokesperson said: “The article ‘Son of sacked drugs advisor David Nutt pictured ‘smoking cannabis’ on Facebook’, was published on 14 November 2009 on MailOnline, following a story that originally appeared in The Sun.
“A complaint made to the PPC, that Professor Nutt’s son was smoking a roll-up, not a joint in the picture; was resolved on the grounds of headline accuracy, and the article was removed from the site two days later: http://www.pcc.org.uk/cases/adjudicated.html?article=NjE0Mw==&type.
“The Leveson inquiry took place in 2011 and 2012.” .