Druglink article 2012 – Strange bedfellows by Marcus Roberts

As Mark Twain’s mate and fellow writer Charles Warner observed, ‘politics makes for strange bedfellows’ – and none stranger than in the world of drug law reform.

As Peter Hitchens and Kathy Gyngell lined up to give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) inquiry on drug policy on 24 April, the battle-lines seemed to be assuming a customary form.

Strange bedfellows (PDF)