Criminalising ‘laughing gas’ a “futile gesture”, says IEA expert
Emily Carver writes for Conservative Home
“This a futile gesture from a government addicted to banning things. Drug-related mortality is at a record high, but none of the 4,393 deaths recorded last year were caused by nitrous oxide.
“If it was dangerous, we wouldn’t give it to pregnant women. It is the mildest ‘drug’ imaginable and should be re-legalised for recreational use.”
Contact: Annabel Denham, Director of Communications, 07540 770 774
IEA spokespeople are available for interview and further comment.