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Medical cannabis ID helps policing

Patients who qualify for medical marijuana can be issued an ID by their GP to avoid arrest if they are stopped by police.

Medicinal cannabis treatments are legal in the UK, but expensive prescriptions have driven many users towards illicit, unregulated markets to buy medication – and it’s left them worried they may be criminalised.

Aisha Zahid reports.

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