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That this House regrets that the national debate on drugs is trivialised and bedevilled by postures of party political advantage; believes that all parties accept that most Government policies since 1971 have failed to halt increased use of controlled drugs and perversely led to increasing drug deaths and crime; and calls on all parties to build on their shared views in order to introduce a united practical agreement on fresh strategies based on the evidence of successes achieved by other countries.
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