bristol / drugs and crime / news report Friday August 10, 2012 09:39 by Arvind Howarth 1 comment (last - tuesday august 14, 2012 06:58)
bristol / drugs and crime / opinion/analysis Monday July 23, 2012 22:22 by The Saint-Just Mob 1 image
bristol / drugs and crime / event notice Tuesday July 17, 2012 22:01 by PHS community Services Society 1 image
bristol / drugs and crime / event notice Monday June 04, 2012 03:36 by PHS Community Services Society 1 image
bristol / drugs and crime / news report Friday October 07, 2011 10:54 by James T Grundy 2 comments (last - saturday october 08, 2011 17:11) 2 images
bristol / drugs and crime / event notice Sunday May 08, 2011 22:21 by Bristol Justice Network 1 attached file
Professor David Nutt - the government adviser who was sacked a couple of years back - is in Bristol on Friday evening. He's a thought-provoking speaker. 6.30pm for tea / coffee, 7.00 for talks then discussion, on Friday 13th at Cotham School Dance Studio, Cotham Lawn Road, BS6 6DT. Should be de-criminalise drugs? How would it work in practice? Come and have your say. read full story / add a comment
somerset / drugs and crime / news report Tuesday December 21, 2010 16:59 by Education cuts for this- 6 comments (last - thursday december 23, 2010 17:57) 2 images
Mr Justice Bean says arms firm gave £8m to 'shady' middleman to secure Tanzania radar contract
Sir Richard Evans (pictured), then chairman of BAE, approved the use of a middleman in Tanzania in 2002, said Mr Justice Bean.
So what is Somerset MP Liam Fox, now Secretary of State for Defence intending to do to recover the lost billions ?
After all BAE is now shedding jobs like a tree sheds its leaves in autumn, so the lost billions of pounds would be handy for either the NHS, education or housing.
While guilty, BAE get off with paying peanuts.
This being only one of the corrupt deals they've undertaken. read full story / add a comment
south west / drugs and crime / opinion/analysis Monday December 06, 2010 14:41 by Barton Hill 4 comments (last - wednesday december 08, 2010 13:52) 2 images
We generally do not fund research focussed on the potential beneficial effects of cannabis. read full story / add a comment
bristol / drugs and crime / news report Tuesday November 09, 2010 15:30 by Sven 4 comments (last - thursday november 11, 2010 14:29) 2 images
Local MP apears to vote the right way but what's the outcome?
“From this basic power of the universe,
there is no protection.”
The picture is of soil and debris samples being collected from the
bombing site by the Uranium Medical Research Center’s
(UMRC) field team during the second field trip outside Bibi
Mahro district, Afghanistan, 2002.
Of course this adds to yet one more danger to be endured by all who are their be it soldier or local.
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bristol / drugs and crime / opinion/analysis Thursday November 04, 2010 18:04 by Eve 9 comments (last - sunday november 07, 2010 16:23)
Project Prevention, an American charity targeting child damage through parental drug intake, is offering £200 to drug addicts in 5 locations across the UK, one of which is Bristol, in return for which they must volunteer for a sterilisation operation. read full story / add a comment
bristol / drugs and crime / event notice Monday September 06, 2010 20:27 by Randell Brantley 1 image
A Nitrous Oxide fuelled history walk with author Mike Jay through Clifton exploring the themes of his new book; Dr Beddoes, the Romantic Poets and laughing Gas. read full story / add a comment