Break the law, MP tells drugs campaigners
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Cannabis users urged to break law in Parliament by MP Flynn

A Labour MP has called on campaigners who want soft drugs legalised to come to Parliament and break the law.

Newport West member Paul Flynn told a Westminster debate on drugs policy of one occasion on which he had probably done so himself.

He said he had helped a writer and TV producer suffering from multiple sclerosis make a cup of cannabis tea on the House of Commons terrace.

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