Middle-class drug users could lose UK passports under Boris Johnson’s plans

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Middle-class drug users are to be targeted as part of a 10-year strategy to be announced by Boris Johnson’s government with a heavy focus on war-on-drugs-era punishment.

So-called “lifestyle” users of class A drugs face losing their passports or driving licences under proposals designed to target wealthy professionals who the government will argue are driving exploitative practices with their demand.

Police officers will be handed powers to go through drug dealers’ phones and contact their clients with warnings about drug use in a bid to spook them into changing their behaviour.

While the world realizes the waste of resources the "war on drugs" cost, Boris fancies himself a Chancellor Adam Sutler (V For Vendetta)
 

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Wow.

I always thought Johnson was a waste of space Trump wanna be, but not even Trump would have come up with something this moronic.

He's looking to jail the very people that voted for him most.
 
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British parliamentary authorities are calling in the police after a newspaper reported that traces of cocaine had been found at numerous sites in Parliament.

House of Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle said he was contacting police after the Sunday Times reported that illegal drugs were being used inside Parliament buildings.

The newspaper said tests using drug detection wipes found traces of cocaine in 11 locations that are only accessible by accredited parliamentary lawmakers, staff and journalists, including a washroom near Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s parliamentary office.

Where's the dam popcorn...:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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That went completely over my head.

It's not a story the Jedi would tell you...

6. Willie Nelson repeatedly smoked marijuana whilst staying at the White House including on the roof following a concert at the residence​

A fan of the latter’s music, Jimmy Carter was a frequent attendee of concerts by country music artist Willie Nelson. Inviting the latter to stay at the White House on several occasions during his presidency, forming a lifelong friendship that would endure to the present day, in 1980 Carter asked Nelson to perform on the South Lawn of the White House. Taking place on September 13, the unusual concert immediately became criticized among conservative circles for First Lady Rosalynn Carter’s allegedly raunchy duet with Nelson, performing a well-received rendition of “Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother” before an enthusiastic audience.

Inviting the musician to stay the night at the White Hous
e following his concert, the event raised even more eyebrows after it became rumored Nelson had retired that evening to the roof of the presidential residence to smoke marijuana. Admitting in his biography to not be the first time, stating he smoked a “big fat Austin torpedo” whenever he had stayed at the White House, although Carter had called for the decriminalization of marijuana during the 1976 election the president claimed ignorance regarding his friend’s activities during the visits. Whether true or not, the Secret Service were unquestionable aware and always ensured a close watch was maintained on Nelson during his drug use on the premises


One of Jimmy Carter's son smoked marijuana with Willie Nelson on the White House roof, the former president revealed in his new documentary.

In Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President, which explores the 39th president special connection with the music community, Carter shared that one of his sons got high with the country star whose songs include 'Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die'.

'When Willie Nelson wrote his autobiography, he confessed that he smoked pot in the White House,' he said in the trailer for the documentary.