Prison governors have joined the ever-growing list of professional associations and celebrities calling for a rethink of the war on drugs, in a further sign of a sea-change in attitudes.
Irrational, reactionary and factually wrong: Andrew Lansley really ticked all the boxes with his response to drugs policy.
The Kiwis are following a path of harm minimisation rather than criminalisation - and it's about time the UK followed their lead.
Last week's reporting on the effects of decriminalising marijuana was remarkably misguided. The evidence suggests legalisation is the right course of action.
The seemingly endless series of reports from parliamentary committees and expert organisations calling for reform of Britain's drug policy continued today, after a cross-party group of peers called for a change in the law.
Cameron starts the week a liberal hero... and ends it proposing the first anti-gay law since Section 28.
Nick Clegg has broken ranks with the prime minister on drugs reform, just five days after his coalition partner ruled out a royal commission on decriminalisation.
David Cameron could launch the biggest rethink of British drug policy for 40 years today, but does he have the bravery to see it through?
There has been no progress in the government's drug policy, Ken Clarke admitted to the home affairs committee today.
The argument for legalising drugs is now mainstream, but are there practical models for how we would go about it?
Drug users should be given "creative civil punishments" rather than jail sentences, according to the government’s own expert advisers.