“UK Government’s definition of alcohol encapsulates the hypocrisy of its drugs policy!”

From the Independent: “The newly published Psychoactive Substances Bill is 52-pages long and riddled with contradictions, technically banning everything and leaving us to muddle our way through what is and isn’t a legal high”


“Politics.co.uk has been doing good work pointing out that its definition of a psychoactive substance as being anything “capable of producing a psychoactive effect in a person who consumes it…

This could be used to argue that air fresheners, incense and even flowers are now arguably outlawed, given that we inhale their vapours and enjoy a resultant pleasant feeling.”

From: The Independent


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