House of Commons
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CONTROL OF THE USE OF MEPHEDRONE
EDM #1120
Tabled 17 March 2010
2009-10 Session
That this House is concerned that the drug mephedrone, also known as 4-MMC, Meow Meow, and M-cat, is legal in the UK and readily available on the internet; notes that the drug is being increasingly used by young people, has been linked to the death of teenagers and has known side-effects such as headaches, palpitations, nausea, high blood pressure, a burning throat, nose bleeds and purple joints, weight loss and insomnia; further notes it is banned in some European countries; and therefore calls on the Government urgently to bring forward the review of this drug, to make it a controlled substance and to better educate youngsters about the dangers from using so-called recreational drugs.

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