Cannabis

Part of NHS (Ttip) – in the House of Commons at 11:30 am on 25th November 2014.

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Photo of Ian Austin Ian Austin Labour, Dudley North 11:30 am, 25th November 2014

Has the Minister assessed whether the use of cannabis can result in paranoid and deluded behaviour, leading people to believe, for example, that it is possible in this country to mount a huge conspiracy to pervert the course of justice involving the police, the ambulance services, the security services, the Government of the day and the media, and to pretend that someone who had killed themselves had actually been murdered?

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Jason Harrow
Posted on 26 Nov 2014 10:05 pm (Report this annotation)

Do you feel that your comment has any relevance to this extremely serious subject?
Do you think that people like myself who are in agonising pain daily without relief except from dangerous medication that will kill us from long term use is funny !!??

It seems that labour are having many problems with its members recently.. First Emily Thorberry and her thoughtless snobby tweet and now you with this disgusting display of ignorance.

You should be ashamed of yourself. You disgust me!

Peter Reynolds
Posted on 28 Nov 2014 4:07 pm (Report this annotation)

I can only agree with Jason's comment. This is an appalling, disrespectful and childish remark of which Mr Austin should be deeply ashamed. You were not elected to conduct yourself in such an offensive, truculent manner. This question was about people who suffer pain and disability and how it can be relieved.

Do not be surprised if you find yourself called to account for your behaviour by one or more constituents.