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Why do Lib Dems want to crack down on smoking but legalise cannabis?

19 April 2024

10:23 PM

19 April 2024

10:23 PM

Whether it is tuition fees or local development, the Lib Dems are generally not known for their consistency. Trust me, I campaigned for them during the coalition years. This week, things took an almost surreal turn. Party leader Sir Ed Davey, along with his deputy and health spokesperson Daisy Cooper and three other colleagues, voted in favour of Rishi Sunak’s age-dependent tobacco and vapes ban.

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