Prosecutor warns that the pair would also not be eligible for parole
Research says decriminalising cannabis could cut the cost of policing, prosecuting and treating drug users, while regulation could help control potency and chemical composition
Report attempts to quantify the financial benefit of a move to a regulated and taxed market for cannabis in England and Wales
Police said majority of 80,000-strong crowd were well behaved
William Hague argued that the death penalty is 'unwarranted'
A lawyer claims she was refused access to men who allege they were ‘tortured’ in jail
The congressman son of the jailed former President, Alberto Fujimori, is at the centre of a drug-trafficking storm after being linked to cocaine with a street value of £1.6m recently discovered in a port warehouse.
A former antiques dealer linked to Lindsay Sandiford, the Englishwoman sentenced to death by a Balinese court last week for cocaine smuggling, was jailed for six years today for drug possession.
The couple met in a rehab clinic in America while they were still in their twenties
The Manchester club at the heart of a British musical revolution is under threat. Jonathan Brown visits the Twisted Wheel
Olympic 400m champion LaShawn Merritt has been given a 21-month ban for returning three positive drugs tests. The 24-year-old, who failed the tests in October and December of last year and January of this year, will be eligible to compete again in July 2011.
Drug offences now account for a fifth of all arrests of Britons abroad, Foreign Office (FO) figures showed today.