This Must Be Some New Meaning Of ‘Top Secret’…

Campaigners have flouted drug laws by establishing an illegal ‘speakeasy’ cannabis club in the North-East.

Activists battling to legalise the Class B drug staged sold-out Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations at the top secret Teesside venue, The Northern Echo can reveal.

It’s in the news. It’s no longer secret (if it ever was).

One of the first people to learn about the club was famed rapper Professor Green, who interviewed Teesside Cannabis Club’s chair, John Holliday, as part of an upcoming BBC documentary series about the debate to legalise marijuana.

There’s a documentary planned. Once again. not secret.

“It’s inevitable that this will spread and there’s nothing that can be done about it – cannabis clubs meet up in temporary locations all the time, all we’ve done is formalise it in bricks and mortar.”

Oh, I think there is something that can be done. It’s whether or not the will is there.

At the time of going to print, Cleveland Police were unavailable for comment but the force has previously said it will continue to enforce existing drugs laws.

So hop to it!

5 comments for “This Must Be Some New Meaning Of ‘Top Secret’…

  1. January 10, 2017 at 11:58 am

    Might be at odds with the majority here but can’t see why the weed is illegal, if all sorts of ‘mothers little helpers’ plus alcohol are freely available.

    • January 15, 2017 at 8:09 am

      Because of its proven link to mental illness?

      And also because I don’t want my Tube driver stoned out of his head!

  2. Stonyground
    January 10, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    Might be because the PTB would like to ban alcohol and tobacco too if they could get away with it. So legalising weed would, to their way of thinking be a step in the wrong direction.

    • January 15, 2017 at 8:08 am

      Oh, undoubtedly. If a company just invented alcohol it’d be on the banned list before you could blink!

  3. January 10, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    He’ll get lots of support from both the Police & Crime Commissioner for Durham and the Chief Constable, as they have spoken out approvingly on attempts to decriminalise this toxic drug, as well as all Class A drugs.

    I would call them a pair of wankers, both of them; except that is probably an insult to the average wanker.

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