(VICE) This Is How Your Vote Could Affect the Legalisation of Weed in the UK

I took the train up with the Brighton Cannabis Club, one of the largest and most active organisations of its kind in the UK, with 38 paid up members and many more involved informally. The group, which launched officially in January of 2014, offers a number of benefits to its members, including access to secret toke-friendly venues around the city and discounts on all kinds of marijuana merchandise.
Rob Davidson - 420 2015

“We want to establish the club as its own brand in the city, building a network of tokers and working with local head shops to unify and develop the community,” he said as we passed through East Croydon. “It’s about normalising cannabis in the city and, importantly, educating the public, who are often misinformed.”

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(Argus) Club Calls For The Legalisation of Cannabis

WALK through The Lanes on a Saturday afternoon and you may see someone casually lighting up a cannabis ‘joint’.

Members of the Brighton Cannabis Club flout the law in public as part of their bid to make the drug legal.

Chairman Rob Davidson agreed to speak to The Argus about the organisation, which was launched in January.

They already have 40 members and the club is still growing.

Mr Davidson said the club was set up so cannabis consumers and enthusiasts could meet and work towards reform.

The group claims the cost of prohibiting the possession, cultivation and supply of cannabis is a waste of taxpayers’ money and police time.

Mr Davison said: “If prohibition didn’t work for alcohol why should it work for cannabis? “People are persecuted for using cannabis. It is a human rights issue. There is a stigma attached to its usage – it is defined by its illegality.

Read more on the Argus by clicking here.