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Although the British Government opposes relaxing the laws, there is a growing political debate around the world about what critics call the “failed war on drugs”.The United Nations General Assembly will hold a special session on drugs later this month.

Three out of 10 people (31 per cent) said they had tried non-skunk cannabis but only half as many (15 per cent) had used skunk.

Some 11 per cent had tried cocaine and the same proportion poppers, while 10 per cent has taken ecstasy.

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In the late 1990s, nuclear power plants contributed around 25% of total annual electricity generation in the UK, but this has gradually declined as old plants have been shut down and ageing-related problems affect plant availability.

One in three people (33 per cent) thinks that possession of the drug should be decriminalised and its supply restricted, while a further 14 per cent think it should be legal and freely available to buy and sell.

Again, men are more likely to back reform than women.

Backing for the proposal is highest in Scotland (58 per cent) and London (54 per cent) and lowest in the North-east (37 per cent).

Four out of 10 people (41 per cent) who voted Conservative at last year’s general election back licensed sales of cannabis, only just below the level of support among Labour, Liberal Democrat and Ukip voters.

In 2016, 336 TWh of electricity was produced in the UK (Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy data 27/7/17) and 324 TWh was supplied to the grid.

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