A third of Britain's top financial bosses have admitted smoking cannabis, a
report reveals today.
The findings will come as a further blow to the Governments attempts curb
the use of the drug amid growing calls for it to be decriminalised.
Last week, an EU report showed that 1 in 10 British adults used cannabis in
the past year, today's survey of 250 finance directors, published in the
magazine Accountancy Age, found even those who had not tried cannabis
believe the zero tolerance policy proposed by Ann Widdicome at the
conservative conference last month is "unworkable",
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