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The NBA offseason is always filled with exciting storylines like star free agents and blockbuster trades.
But rather than dwell on the obvious, this series intends to do the opposite: focus on the lower-profile free agents who may have some value to teams. No NBA player is actually "99 Cents," of course, but these are all players who may be bargains based on their perceived market. Most of the players mentioned will probably go in the $3-5M range in terms of salary. Some exceptions will be marked as "featured items" that may go in the higher $5-10M range. If a player is listed as a "clearance rack," then they may be on the fringes of NBA rosters and take minimum deals.
This "99 Cent Store" series has been open for business for the last two offseasons. In the past, we've highlighted names like Fred VanVleet (pre breakout), Davis Bertans, and Christian Wood. Not all of the items turn out to be gems (is Nerlens Noel still not a DPOY candidate yet?), but the returns have been largely positive so far. Let's see if we can keep that momentum going this season.
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E'Twaun Moore, New Orleans Pelicans, UFA, 31 years old
Collectively, NBA fans scratched their heads in confusion when the New Orleans Pelicans doled out $8.5M a year for anonymous E'Twaun Moore. After all, this was an unheralded player, a R2 draft pick, a player who hadn't cracked 10 PPG in any of his first six seasons in the league. For all we knew, he was randomly generated by NBA2k.
Three years later, the contract doesn't look much better. Moore got buried this past season in a crowded Pelicans lineup, averaging only 18.2 minutes per game. He doesn't appear to be a part of the franchise's future plans at all. Moore will be tossed out into the darkness, left with no home, and no chance of matching that $8M salary ever again.
However, we have to be mindful as NBA fans not to lump in an "overpaid" player as a synonym for a "bad" player. Someone like Tobias Harris may not be worth his salary, but he's still a good starter. On a lower level, E'Twaun Moore may be the same way. He's not worth $8M a year, but he's actually a solid addition to a rotation (even if the Pelicans squeezed him out.)
Moore's primary virtue is as a 3+D wing. At first glance he's not big enough for that role at 6'4", but he's aided by a pelican-like wingspan that stretches to near 6'10". While he's not a great defender (now at age 31), he's passable at both the SG and SF spots. Offensively, he'll help you as a spacer. He's hit on 39.0% of his threes for his career, and had actually gotten up to 42% and 43% the prior two seasons before he lost some rhythm this season. Even in a down year, he shot 37.7% from deep.
That combination of skills makes Moore a good rotation player, and perhaps even a low-end starter on the right team. I wouldn't expect him to get "overpaid" again, but that's precisely what earns him a place in our store. He's a potential bargain buy right now. If teams miss out on better 3+D wings like Justin Holiday (an alum of this 99 Cent Store column) then they may fall back on a player like Moore.
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BKN. SG Joe Harris is an excellent shooter, but he's also a free agent. Will the Nets pony up to keep him around? Or will he be jettisoned like others from the pre KD-Kyrie era? If he is, then E'Twaun Moore makes sense as a cheap replacement.
MIL. The shooting guard spot is the biggest question mark for the Bucks, and this offseason may add to the murkiness if Wes Matthews (player option) or Pat Connaughton (UFA) leave town. E'Twaun Moore would be a sensible filler, and platoon with Donte DiVincenzo.
SA. Do Gregg Popovich and the Spurs want to contend for the playoffs in 2020-21? Do they want to blow it up? TBD. But if their intention is to go for the 8th seed, Moore may be an upgrade on the smaller Bryn Forbes, who struggles on the defensive end.
Shaquille Harrison, Chicago Bulls, UFA, 27 years old
Coaches and front offices love to tout that "defense is half the game!" That is, until it's time to actually pay a defensive player. Or draft a defensive player. Or even invite a defensive player onto the roster for a fully guaranteed contract.
Shaq Harrison has been dealing with that struggle for his entire professional career. Coming out of Tulsa, Harrison always had the chops defensively. He's long and agile enough to guard 1s and 2s and even some 3s. The trouble is: shooting was never his strong suit. Even as a senior, he only hit 19.5% from deep in the NCAA. Yikes. That's a surefire recipe to go undrafted, which is exactly what Harrison did.
Since then, Harrison has been trying to improve his shot, the key for him to stick on an NBA roster. This past season, we've started to see some glimmers of progress there. He shot a career-high 38.1% from three, and a career-high 78.0% from the line. Now to be fair, those were both extremely small sample sizes (16-42 from three, 39-50 from the line), but it's still encouraging nonetheless. Because if Harrison can become a passable shooter, then his defensive abilities give him inherent value. He's legitimately one of the better perimeter defenders in the league. ESPN's real plus/minus listed his impact as a +3.0 on defense, which ranked as the 15th best player in the entire NBA (out of 503 qualifiers.) If a coaching staff feels confident in their player development and their shooting coaches, then Harrison would be an intriguing investment to make.
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John Konchar, Memphis Grizzlies, 24 years old
Last year, I included Philadelphia PG-SG Shake Milton in this column, causing Sixers fans to riot and demand that I mention the team had the right to extend his two-way contract if they wanted. The team did, and Milton will prove to be a bargain for them over the next few years. Similarly, the Memphis Grizzlies will have that opportunity to keep two-way player John Konchar on the team if they want. But if they don't, I'd be eyeing Konchar as a possible roster addition.
No doubt, there are reasons to doubt John Konchar's NBA prospects. He comes from a school that's so small that they didn't even know what to name it (shifting a few times before settling on "Purdue Fort Wayne"). And at the risk of being politically incorrect, we should also mention that he's white. That element does impact scouting, whether teams want to admit it or not. When an undersized (6'5") white dude walks into the gym, NBA GMs don't exactly sit up and salivate; Liberace showed more excitement at strip clubs.
All that said, Konchar has been productive time and time again. As you'd expect, he can hit the three pointer. Still, he's not the stereotypical catch-and-shoot spacer. What's most intriguing about Konchar is his playing strength. He may be only 6'5" (6'7" wingspan) but he plays much bigger than that. As a college senior, he grabbed 8.5 rebounds a game and blocked 0.9 shots to boot. He also converted 62.9% of his field goals in two-point range. It may have been low level competition, but he flat-out bullied his opponents.
Naturally you'd presume: there's no way he can do that in the pros! But so far, so good. Konchar put up similar numbers in the G-League this season, hitting 56.5% from the field and grabbing 10.3 rebounds per 36 minutes. From there, you'd presume: there's no way he can do that in the actual NBA! Well, in his 160 minutes of NBA action, Konchar shot 65.7% from the field and averaged 9.9 rebounds per 36 minutes.
Clearly, it's too early to take his success as gospel. Konchar needs to keep proving himself. But eventually, we're going to have to presume something else: maybe this guy is actually good. If I ran an NBA team, I'd want to run that experiment with Konchar in our uniform and not someone else's.
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B1112 - Drug Reform Bill 2020 - 2nd Reading

Drug Reform Bill 2020
A BILL TO
Make amendments and reform the Drug Reform Act 2015 to include updated parameters for the Drugs Advisory Council, introduce Drug Consumption Rooms, and create offenses for knowingly tampering with controlled substances, and providing controlled substances to minors and those unable to consent.
"BE IT ENACTED by the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—”
Section 1 - Definitions
  1. “DRA 2015” means the Drug Reform Act 2015.
Section 2 - The Drug Advisory Council
  1. Section 1 of the DRA 2015 is amended as follows.
  2. In subsection 2, insert new clauses to read:
”a) The Secretary of State shall appoint the members of the council.
i) The Secretary of State may remove or replace members of the council.
b) The council shall include, at minimum one of each of the following:
i) a member of the Law Enforcement community with relevant experience in controlled substances,
ii) a physician in good standing with the Royal College of Physicians,
iii) an Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor with certification from the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium UK & Europe,
iv) a person with an advanced degree (Masters Level or higher) and 5 years of postgraduate research in Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Science, Medicinal Chemistry, or a related field of study,
v) an economist in good standing with the Royal Economic Society, with an advanced degree (Masters Level or higher) and 5 years of postgraduate research in taxation, incentives, regulatory compliance or a related field of study.
c) The council shall have no more than eleven members, and no less than five.
d) Secretary of State may make further regulation over the structure of the council, including the size, composition and conditions of the members of the council.”
  1. Insert new subsection, subsection 4, that shall read:
“4. When performing its duty under subsection 3 of this section, it is the duty of the council to consider evidence in relation to the effect of drugs, drug abuse and addiction; and their regulation on:
a) The health and safety of the user, their family and individuals within their community;
b) The economic wellbeing of the user,
i) Including current employment, future employment, personal finances, household finances and personal debt of the user.
c) The social wellbeing of the user, their family and individuals within their community,
i) This includes the relationships between the user and their family and community.
ii) This includes effects on the family structure and how a breakdown could affect children and vulnerable partners.
d) Local, national and international crime,
i) Including the financing of such crimes and serious organised crimes.
e) The impact on local and national health services resources,
f) The impact on local authority resources, in particular relating to health, education, social services and policing services.
g) The illicit access to drugs, particularly how drugs may be accessed easier by a person (“A”) when regulations are relaxed on others, 8 despite regulations not being relaxed on A.
  1. Insert new subsection, subsection 5, that shall read:
“5. For the purposes of subsection 4 of this section, the following meanings apply:
a) “Health and safety” includes both long term and short term physical and mental health.
b) “User” means the individual consuming the drug.
c) “Family” includes any cohabitants of the user.
d) “Community” includes the local community that the user resides in, as well as the social units they interact with.”
  1. Insert a new subsection, subsection 6, that shall read:
”6. The Secretary of State may, by order, amend subsections 1(4) and 1(5).”
  1. Insert new subsection, subsection 7, that shall read:
“7. When the council is considering evidence as part of its obligations in subsection 3 and subsection 4 of this section, they have the duty to consider the source of the evidence and if the source has a financial or special interest relating to the drugs industry or changing regulations.
a) The council shall declare such known interests when fulfilling it’s recommendation duties as described in sections 3(a), 3(c) and 3(d) of the DRA 2020.
b) A deliberate attempt to impede on section 6(a) by a council member shall be an offence.”
  1. Insert new subsection, subsection 8, that shall read:
“8. Council members have a duty to report any financial, corporate or special interest they may have in the drugs industry or in the alteration of regulation relating to the drugs industry.”
  1. In section 2(4) of the DRA 2015, replace “must” with “may”.
  2. In section 3(1) of the DRA 2015, replace “must not” with “may”.
  3. In section 4 of the DRA 2015, strike subsection 2(b).
  4. Schedule 1 of the DRA 2015 is amended as follows.
  5. In schedule 1, section 2(2) is to be struck.
  6. In schedule 1, strike section 4(4) and replace with:
”4) The council may make recommendations, based on the harm rating assigned to each substance, on how substances should be classified.”
Section 3 - Packaging
  1. The DRA 2015 is amended as follows.
  2. In subsection 4(b) of section 11, insert new clause to read:
”i) This regulation does not apply to braille markings or any other markings that have the purpose of enabling the visually imparied.
  1. In subsection 3 of section 1, insert the following:
”e) make recommendations on packaging and advertising of drugs.
f) make recommendations on other restrictions, or removal of restrictions, on drugs.”
*Section 4- Consumption *
  1. Section 12 of DRA 2015 is amended as follows.
  2. In subsection (1) append:
“unless they are on the premises of a recognised and licensed Drug Consumption Room or a drug rehabilitation centre.”
  1. Subsection 2 is struck and replaced with the following:
(2) A person must not use, consume or be under the influence of any substance of a class specified in column 1 of the table except in a place specified in the corresponding entry in column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
Prescription only Inside- (a) A drug rehabilitation centre where the person is receiving treatment. (b) A recognised and licensed Drug Consumption Room. (c) a relevant dwelling, with an accompanied medical certificate from the prescribing physician.
Pharmacy Inside- (a) A drug rehabilitation centre where the person is receiving treatment. (b) A recognised and licensed Drug Consumption Room.
Licensed premises Inside- (a) A place in respect of which a sales license for the substance has been issued (within the meaning of section 10), (b) A drug rehabilitation centre where the person is being treated. (c) A recognised and licensed Drug Consumption Room.
Licensed sales Inside (a) A relevant dwelling,
  1. Insert subsection (4) to read:
”(4) Prescription only substances may be consumed outside of a drug rehabilitation centre or Drug Consumption Room if it is for a medical need that is not drug rehabilitation, for example a painkiller prescribed for an injury.”
Section 5- Drug Consumption Rooms
(1) A Drug Consumption Room (DCR) is a professionally supervised healthcare facility where drug users can consume their own drugs in safer conditions through the provision of the following services:
(a) access to clean drug use equipment and a place to safely dispose of items, such as needles, after use,
(b) drug checking to detect if drugs contain other potential harmful substances,
(c) emergency medical care in case of overdose, cardiac arrest, or allergic reaction.
(2) In addition to the services outlines in Section 2, Subsection 1, a DRC may also include one or more of the following services:
(a) basic health services, such as wound care,
(b) testing for infectious diseases like HIV, hepatitis C and sexually transmitted infections (STIs),
(c) access to healthcare providers and support staff, including mental health treatment,
(d) education on the harms of drug use, safer consumption practices and safer sex,
(e) access to medications to treat opioid use disorder under the oversight of a healthcare provider,
(f) referrals for drug treatment, rehabilitation and other health services,
(g) access or referrals to social services such as housing or employment supports.
(3) A DCR must meet the following minimum staffing requirements:
(a) The DRC site is required to have a Responsible Person in Charge (RPIC) who is a regulated health care professional (a nurse, doctor, and/or paramedic.) on staff,
(b) The RPIC is responsible for the site and activities at the site during operational hours,
(c) The RPIC is not required to be in the consumption area, but must be located within the same building and on the same floor as the DCR during operating hours,
(d) When the RPIC is not on site during operating hours, an Alternate Responsible Person in Charge (A/RPIC) assumes the responsibilities of the RPIC,
(e) The organization must provide and keep a record of all training the RPIC, A/RPIC(s), key staff members and all staff members receive in relation to their roles and responsibilities,
(f) If the persons immediately supervising consumption are not regulated health professionals (e.g., nurse, doctor, paramedic, etc.), they must have completed training in overdose consumption.
Section 6- Licensing of Drug Consumption Rooms
(1) To be classified as a Drug Consumption Room (DCR) for the purposes of this Act, a facility must
(a) provide all of the services outlined in Section 5(1) of this Act.
(b) meet the staffing requirements outlined in Section 5(3) of this Act.
(2) Licenses will be granted and reviewed under authority of the Drugs Advisory Council.
(3) DCRs will be subject to health and safety inspections by the relevant authority on a regular basis.
Section 7- Offence of selling or otherwise providing knowingly altered controlled substances
  1. In the Drug Reform Act 2015 after section 19A insert—
19A- Offence of selling or otherwise providing knowingly altered controlled substances
(1) A person commits an offence if they sell or otherwise provide, or attempt to sell or otherwise provide, a controlled substance categorised as a “prescription only substances”, “pharmacy substances”, a “licensed premises substance” and “licensed sales substances” under Schedule 2 Parts 1, 2, 3 or 4 respectively of this act, that has been tampered with and/or altered from its intended state at time of legal acquisition.
(i) “tampered with and/or altered” includes, but is not limited to: the addition of another substance and/or ingredient to the controlled substance, also referred to as ‘cutting’; any sort of process to render the controlled substance more or less potent; mixing or combining the controlled substance into another means of ingestion; and any other process or method that may render the controlled substance more harmful.
(ii) “legal acquisition” refers to the original acquisition of the controlled substance by its intended recipient.
(2) Where an individual is charged with an offence under this section by reason of an act of another person of which the accused is unaware, it is a defence that the accused is not criminally responsible because they took all due diligence to assess the purity of the substance.
(3) A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on conviction to a sentence of imprisonment not exceeding 12 years or a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale or both.”
Section 8- Offence of unlicensed sale of controlled substances
(1) In Section 18 of the Drug Reform Act 2015 omit “Section 10(1) (sale of a controlled substance without a licence)” from column one.
(2) In the Drug Reform Act 2015 after section 18 insert—
18A- Offence of unlicensed supply of controlled substances
(1) An individual (“the accused”) is guilty of an offence if they—
(a) intentionally, or
(b) recklessly,
and without license supply a controlled dangerous substance to another person.
(i) where a “dangerous substance” is any controlled substance that is categorised as a “prescription only substance”, “pharmacy substances”, a “licensed premises substance” and “licensed sales substances” under Schedule 2 Parts 1, 2, 3 or 4
(2) In proving an offence it is required that—
(a) the act of supply was without license;
(b) the accused had the required mens rea for the act of supply;
(c) the substance is a dangerous substance;
(d) the amount provided was equal to or exceeded the amount which is considered potentially harmful.
(3) Where a person is charged with an offence under this section under circumstances that would not be an offence had the person they supplied been over 18, it is a defence that—
(a) they believed that the individual was aged 18 or over, and
(b) either—
(i) they had taken all reasonable steps to establish the individual’s age, or
(ii) nobody could reasonably have suspected from the individual’s appearance that he was aged under 18.
(4) For the purposes of subsection, a person is treated as having taken all reasonable steps to establish an individual’s age if—
(a) they asked the individual for evidence of their age, and
(b) the evidence would have convinced a reasonable person.
(5) In this section a “harmful amount” is defined as the amount of the licensed sale substance that could reasonably be expected to cause bodily harm grievous enough to require medical intervention and/or grievous enough to cause death.
(6) In this section the council means the body set up in section 1.
(7) Assistance in drug taking or the provision of medical support for drug takers who do so by their own free will, including but not limited to applying a tourniquet or providing safe and sterile syringes does not incur any liability under this section as regards supply of drugs.”
Section 9- Offence of supplying “General Sale” Controlled Substances to minors or persons unable to consent
(1) In the Drug Reform Act 2015 Section 21 is amended as follows—
  • (a) before “controlled substance” insert “non-general sale”;
  • (b) before “a fine” insert “a term of imprisonment”;
  • (c) for “£5000” substitute “3 months imprisonment or a fine of level 5 on the standard scale, or both” or;
  • (d) for “£1000” substitute “a fine of level 3 on the standard scale”.
(2) In the Drug Reform Act 2015 after Section 21 insert—
21A- Offence of supplying “General Sale” Controlled Substances to minors
(1) A person commits an offence if they sell a controlled substance categorised as a “general sale substance within schedule 2 part 5, to an individual aged under 18.
(2) Where a person is charged with an offence under this section by reason of his own conduct it is a defence that—
(a) they believed that the individual was aged 18 or over, and
(b) either—
(i) they had taken all reasonable steps to establish the individual’s age, or
(ii) nobody could reasonably have suspected from the individual’s appearance that he was aged under 18.
(3) For the purposes of subsection, a person is treated as having taken all reasonable steps to establish an individual’s age if—
(a) they asked the individual for evidence of their age, and
(b) the evidence would have convinced a reasonable person.
(4) Where a person (“the accused”) is charged with an offence under this section by reason of the act or default of some other person, it is a defence that the accused exercised all due diligence to avoid committing it.
(5) A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale.
21B- Offence of attempting to buy “General Sale” Controlled Substances on behalf of minors
(1) A person commits an offence if—
(a) they buy or attempt to buy controlled substances on behalf of an individual aged under 18, or
(2) Where a person is charged with an offence under this section it is a defence that he had no reason to suspect that the individual was aged under 18.
(3) A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on conviction to a fine no greater than level 3 on the standard scale.
21C- Offence of supplying “General Sale” Controlled Substances to persons unable to consent
(1) A person commits an offence if they sell a controlled substance categorised as a “general sale substance within schedule 2 part 5”, to an individual unable to provide consent.
(2) Where a person is charged with an offence under this section by reason of his own conduct it is a defence that they reasonably believed that the individual to be a person who was granting consent.
(3) A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale.”
Section 10 - Secure Storage of Substances
  1. The DRA 2015 is amended as follows.
  2. In section 16 insert subsection 5 to read:
”5) It is a condition of every sales licence issued in respect of any controlled substance that the holder of such license offers the sale of a secure, lockable and formidable container.”
  1. In section 12, insert new subsection 2A to read:
”2A) A person must store any doses of a controlled substance in a secure, lockable and formidable container, that can only be accessed by themselves or a trusted servant in their employ with whom they will be jointly liable for any negligence.”
  1. Insert a section 21B to read:
”21B Offences: Failure to Secure Controlled Substances
1) It is an offence under this section for a person (“A”) to not store their controlled substance in a secure, lockable and formidable container.”
  1. In section 29, insert new definition:
”secure, lockable and formidable container” means a container that can be locked from the outside, cannot be broken into with ease or without tools and whose contents is secure from others wishing to access it.
Section 11 - Recommendations for Taxation and Import Duties
  1. Section 23 of the DRA 2015 is amended as follows.
  2. Insert new subsection of section 1 to read:
”a) This includes import duties and quotas”
Section 12 - Amendments to Schedule 2
  1. The following changes to Schedule 2 of the DRA 2015 are to go into effect immediately and remain in place until such a time that the Drug Advisory Council is able to provide an updated classification for the named substances.
  2. Strike “3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy)” from part 4 and insert it into part 3.
  3. Strike “Lysergide (lysergic acid diethylamide; LSD).” from part 4 and insert into part 3.
  4. Strike “Buprenorphine” from part 4 and insert into part 1.
  5. Strike “Tramadol” in part 3 and insert into part 1.
  6. Strike “Testosterone and its derivatives.” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  7. Strike “19-Nortestosterone (nandrolone) and its derivatives” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  8. Strike “Methyltestosterone and its derivatives” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  9. Strike Methcathinone(mephedrone)” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  10. Strike “Methadone” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  11. Strike “Ethynyltestosterone (ethisterone) and its derivatives” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  12. Strike “Ethyltestosterone and its derivatives.” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  13. Strike “Buprenorphine” from part 3 and insert into part 1.
  14. Strike “Oxycodone” in part 2 and insert into part 1.
  15. Strike “Morphine” in part 2 and insert into part 1.
Section 13 - Extent, Commencement and Short Title
(1) This Act extends to England and Wales.
(2) This act shall come into force immediately at Royal Assent.
(3) This Act may be cited as Drug Reform Bill 2020.
This Bill was written by The Rt. Hon. BrexitGlory KCB KBE CBE Shadow Secretary of State for Education and The Rt. Hon. Sir MatthewHinton12345KG GBE GCMG MBE MP Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, and The Rt. Hon. Baroness of Stratford-Upon-Avon SapphireWork MBE on behalf of Coalition! with contributions from The Baron Blaenavon LeChevalierMal-Fait and is co-sponsored by the Liberal Democrats
This bill amends the The Drug Reform Act 2015 :)
Explanatory Notes by BG and Sapphire
Section 2
Section two makes reforms to the structure of the council, clarifying that the SoS has the duty to appoint members. It also stipulates a minimum number of specific qualifications of the members to ensure a balanced group of individuals. The council will also have to consider evidence surrounding mental health, crime and health resources when it comes to the regulation of drugs.
When considering evidence for it’s duties, the council will have to declare any corporate or financial interests that their sources may have; as well as declaring their own special interests if they have any.
Section two requires the council to give recommendation on advertising and packaging, as well as restrictions (or removal of restrictions) on drugs beyond just prohibition.
Section two also makes minor amendments to provisions across the DRA 2015. It allows the council to consider recommendations of regulation on tobacco and alcohol products. It also removes the statutory duty for the SoS to make an order to regulate controlled substances if the council asks them to.
Section two removes the statutory duty for the council to use a fixed “harm” based rating to classify drugs, and instead provides it flexibility to classify drugs based on a range of factors.
Section 3
Section 3 removes a 2015 regulation that prohibited braille on packaging and containers of drugs.
Section 4
Section 4 outlines acceptable sites to consume controlled substances. It also limits the amount of a prescription only class of controlled substances to no more than ten doses, unless they are on the premises of a drug rehabilitation centre, or recognised and licensed Drug Consumption Room.
The table is updated to reflect the inclusion of Drug Consumption Rooms, and removes “relevant dwelling” for all but licensed sales class products. Relevant dwellings are permitted for prescription substances if accompanied by a medical certificate from the prescribing physician (example: for painkillers to be taken at home.) Drugs deemed to fall into the more restrictive categories will no longer be permitted in private residences where they could conceivably fall into the hands of minors. Section 4 also creates a distinction in consumption law between licensed premises and licensed sales, where substances purchased at licensed premises can only be consumed at the licensed premise.
Section 5
Section 5 defines Drug Consumption Rooms, and outlines what services need to be provided in detail, as well as stipulating a minimum requirement for staffing to ensure a qualified individual is on the premises.
Section 6
Section 6 ensures that DCRs are licensed and fall under authority of the Drugs Advisory Council.
Section 7
This section makes it an offense to knowingly tamper with controlled substances, or to provide knowingly tampered substances, and defines what is meant by “tampering.”
Section 8
Recent events have exposed issues with Britain’s drug laws, the section 18(1) offence was apparently unusable by the CPS.
The amendments from this section detail the parameters for guilt, including aggravating and mitigating factors, for unlicensed supply of controlled substances.
The clause of a “dangerous amount” ensures that the offence does not include small amounts of “personal use” licensed sale drugs between consenting adults.
Further the current offence of is overly broad treating all drugs of all amounts no matter the categorisation the same. There is very little point in categorising drugs according to harm if this is not to be used considering the seriousness of an offence.
Section 9
This section reforms the Section 21 offence of providing a drug to a minor, adding a short criminal sentence as a maximum term, for anything more serious than a general sale drug.
This section also makes it illegal to supply “general sale” controlled substances to minors, and to people unable to provide consent.
Section 10
Section 10 requires that controlled substances be stored in secure, formidable and lockable containers to ensure that drugs are not accessed by children or those who should not have them. The section also requires that the sale of such containers be a condition of any sales license.
Section 11
As the UK leaves the customs union, it will have to arrange its own tariffs and customs duties for controlled substances. This section empowers the council to make such recommendations.
Section 12
Schedule 2 of the DRA 2015 describes what class each drug falls into, section 9 amends which drugs fall into which classes. It primarily moves prescription-free substances to require a prescription, in line with current prescription practices in the UK. Strong painkiller substances that have no recreational use are moved to prescription only as well, in line with medium painkillers. Synthetic versions of heroin, methylamphetamine and other class 1 drugs are moved to class 1, in line with their natural alternatives. Strong steroids that have little legitimate recreational use are also moved to prescription only, in line with weaker steroids.
These changes are to go into effect immediately, and remain in place until the Drug Advisory Council is able to provide updated recommendations for classifications of the named substances.
Opening Speech by The Home Secretary
Mr Deputy Speaker,
I am proud to be standing at the dispatch box today, presenting this legislation alongside my right honourable friend, the member for Essex, and the noble lady in the other place. For once, without being hyperbolic, I think this piece of legislation can truly be described as life-saving.
I must confess, Mr Deputy Speaker, to having gone on something of a journey regarding my attitude to the approach the government should take to drugs; their sale, their exchange and their consumption. I am instinctively a libertarian on this issue, favouring a public health approach for the least pernicious substances, and having in the past supported such a strategy for all, regardless of lethality.
While the arguments in favour of decriminalisation do in fact hold merit for less virulent drugs like Cannabis, with the enforcement of the law prohibiting it and its cost, both human and fiscal, simply not justifying the endeavour. However, the toll the most devastating substances this bill covers take does in fact justify their prohibition.
Throughout my time in office as Secretary of State for the Home Department, I have increasingly come to be persuaded that it is simply not responsible, not humane, not compassionate and simply not tenable to allow for the most harmful drugs to be taken without the type of restriction that repels and disincentives their use, thus saving lives and averting profound suffering. I am now of the clarion conviction that it would be a dereliction of our duty as parliamentarians not to do our utmost to deter people from inserting, injecting or otherwise ingesting chemicals into their bodies which have a high chance of killing them.
But, Mr Deputy Speaker, we are not naïve or blind. We understand the addictive, pervasive, possessive nature of the drugs and therefore it would be remiss of us to simply click our fingers, ban the stuff and apply the new law with scant regard for the human nuances of the situation. That is why the noble lady, who I am proud to call a friend, made the case passionately and cogently to include provision for safe consumption rooms, which take into account the difficulties that this legislation unearths and effectively addresses them.
Mr Deputy Speaker, I appeal to the heads, and the hearts, of honourable and right honourable members. This is a sensible, desperately needed bill that balances life with liberty, and I hope that members on both sides of this House will see that something needs to change in order to avoid some of the tragic events we have seen in recent months. I have reviewed the evidence, weighed it up and changed my mind; I sincerely hope others can too.
Opening Speech by The Baroness of Stratford-Upon-Avon
Mr Deputy Speaker,
I think any member who has spent any time reviewing the existing Drug Reform Act 2015 would agree that is more than overdue for an update. While this landmark piece of legislation did much to reduce convictions for minor drug related offenses, and provided a level of civil liberties unparalleled elsewhere in the world, it was also vague in parts, and this ambiguity is simply unacceptable, and may even prove harmful.
I am proud to have contributed to this new legislation, and I would like to thank the coauthors of the Conservative Party and the LPUK contributor. In the wake of the tragic demise of Daisy, there was much discussion between members about the current legislation, and it was out of this discussion that issues which needed correction were identified. The members have been tenacious in their review of the existing legislation, and I am pleased that we were able to collaborate and present this reform here today.
I first approached the Home Secretary to look for his support on the creation of Drug Consumption Rooms, and together in discussion we determined that there was far more that needed to be addressed. This has truly been a collaborative effort, and given the importance of what we are proposing, I can think of no better issue to garner cross party support.
Mr Deputy Speaker, you will find this bill to be comprehensive and detailed, and while it does not remove any civil liberties, it sets clear parameters for classifying controlled substances, and clearly outlines who may purchase, and where they may consume. I am especially proud that we are introducing provisions for Drug Consumption Rooms, as a space where the more restricted controlled substances may be consumed in a safe place with emergency medical staff on hand. Globally we have seen that such sites not only reduce death in the case of accidental overdose, but also have led to a reduction in the cases of infectious diseases, such as HIV. Another notable update is that this reform also sets a standard for the previously undefined Drug Advisory Council, to ensure that qualified individuals with appropriate experience are appointed.
I urge the members to carefully examine the reforms we are proposing, and to lend their support. These changes will have a positive impact on our communities, and while still permitting the recreational use of controlled substances, they will be a step in reducing preventable deaths due to overdoses, tampered substances, and instances of dangerous substances falling into the hands of minors.
This Reading ends 18th of November 2020
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