The campaign against the Public Assemblies Bill is gathering pace, the closer we get to the end of the consultation period.
Northern Ireland Cannabis News
On the 20th April 2010 the First Minister (Peter Robinson) and Deputy First Minister (Martin McGuinness) published draft legislation in the form of the “Draft Public Assemblies, Parades and Protests Bill”. If the Bill becomes law, ALL gatherings involving 50 or more people, and which take place in any “public space” will be required to give 37 days prior notice. This groups is opposed to this draft legislation.
I’m a freelance writer, currently working on a book examining the history of the relationship between drug users/suppliers and the paramilitaries in Northern Ireland.
Chinese women are being trafficked into Ireland to work on cannabis farms. They are alongside other illegal Chinese and Vietnamese who have arrived here through Europe.
A Belfast Giants ice hockey player is facing drugs charges after being indicted by a New York grand jury.