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Topic: war on drugs

Legalising drugs is the best way to promote the moral values that both Francis and I share

The Church teaches that drug abuse is wrong but that doesn’t mean we should support the criminalisation of drug users

Will David Cameron talk sensibly about drugs when he leaves office?

The prime minister has abandoned his previous attitude to drug policy. Does power do this to people?

Let’s hope Americans make the right choice tomorrow – by legalising cannabis

Tomorrow voters in three US states have the chance to help end failed war on drugs

Time to end the War on Drugs

Criminalising drugs is a statist policy does more harm than good

The ‘war on drugs’ is the problem, not the solution. It never made sense: now we have the proof

Legalising drugs reduces both crime and addiction

Taking drugs should be legal but discouraged in the same way as smoking

The war on drugs hasn’t worked. Cigarette smoking, on the other hand, has declined steadily since the Second World War

Mexico can only be saved if we give up the war on drugs

Decriminalising drugs will put the country’s deadly cartels out of business