Drugs Minister banned from talking about pot — as hubby runs giant cannabis farm

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    News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Conservative MP Victoria Atkins has been left red-faced after failing to mention her husband Paul Kenward’s involvement with Britain’s largest cannabis farm when she was appointed drugs Minister last November DRUGS Minister Victoria Atkins has been banned from talking about marijuana for the Government because her husband runs a giant cannabis farm. Ms Atkins is married to Paul Kenward, who is managing director of British Sugar. The company grows marijuana in Wissington, Norfolk, under a licence from her department the Home Office. The crops are being used in an epilepsy drug in the US. It emerged Ms Atkins, who began her job last November, failed to mention her husband’s involvement in cannabis growing in MPs’ interests. Guidelines say family interests should be declared if relevant to a ministerial responsibility. Drugs Minister banned from talking about pot — as hubby runs giant cannabis farm

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