Possession is also a crime: https://www.gov.uk/penalties-drug-possession-dealingI don’t think any politicians have yet admitted to dealing.
We had the whole plantation years ago. I remember once I was helping with the harvest and I split the dry poppy heads to eat the seeds from time to time. By night when we finished I was completely stoned - mumbling that I would die in sleep and making my will (my only "possession" was a big black rescued cat).I’ve never had much luck growing poppies.
Really?! Good to know!Possession is also a crime: https://www.gov.uk/penalties-drug-possession-dealingI don’t think any politicians have yet admitted to dealing.
It is all just empty vice signalling.
All "party faithful" are similar: aggressive, intolerant and boring. Doesn't matter if it's Tory or Labour.“The Tory grassroots in particular are something of a breed apart from their Labour, Lib Dem and SNP counterparts.”
The report found Tory members were authoritarian and resistant to ideas of political correctness, with 54 per cent in favour of the death penalty, compared to 23 per cent of SNP supporters, 9 per cent of Labour and 8 per cent of Lib Dems.
In fairness, you have a bigger chance of being strung up by a Tory than by the Labour faithful. SNP is in-between for some strange reason.That mirrors US sentiments, mutatis mutandis. In a Pew study from last year 77% of republicans and 35% of democrats were in favor of the death penalty for convicted murderers. Among evangelicals (aka Trump lovers) the numbers were 73% in favor vs 19% against because, you know, that's what Jesus wants.