Anyone with illegal drugs will be allowed to get them tested for purity without punishment under a new law passed in New Zealand on Friday. The law, which will experiment with the system for one year, will mean that the testers of
Tory peer Lord Moylan explained the European Union’s protectionism will backfire badly on the bloc. He predicted Britain will “leave the EU behind” as Britain has “its revenge on Brussels”. Speaking on talkRADIO, host Kevin O’Sullivan questioned the Conservative peer on how
President Emmanuel Macron wants the UK to be treated with the same level of suspicion as Russia, China and Iran. He has secured the backing of top eurocrat Ursula von der Leyen, who has ordered officials to draw up plans to exclude
Crackdown on rape drug GHB: Punishment for possession more than doubles to FIVE YEARS in jail under new rule Priti Patel reclassified drug from class C to Class B after recommendations This means maximum penalty for possession will increase to five years in
Sir Iain Duncan Smith declared that the EU “blinked first” in its vaccine war threat with the UK. Speaking with Julia Hartley-Brewer on talkRADIO, the former Conservative party leader also warned that the EU will “come back at us again and again”
Virginia took a historic step on Wednesday by becoming the first state in the South to eliminate the death penalty. Gov. Ralph Northam signed the legislation a month after the Virginia General Assembly voted to strike down capital punishment in the state.