Cunliffe sells a blinder! Ignores his constituency. Bugger!
(Adopted at Labours Annual Conference 1998)
That Labour undertakes a Commission of Inquiry into the laws pertaining to the growth, possession and consumption of marijuana.
The Commission of Inquiry should look at the criminal, social and economic consequences of such growth, possession and consumption of marijuana. It should also take into account overseas experiences.
|David Cunliffe, Labour Leader|
The above 'remit' is from the floor of the annual Labour Party Conference and is the full txt of a fax (yes, a real bit of paper) addressed to Blair Anderson under parliamentary letterhead from Labour Member of Parliament for Christchurch Central, Tim Barnett.