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A Number Of British PM Hopefuls Have Recently Admitted Past Drug Use

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A Number Of British PM Hopefuls Have Recently Admitted Past Drug Use

A Number Of British PM Hopefuls Have Recently Admitted Past Drug Use

According to a report by CNN, in recent months, amid its tumultuous exit from the EU, a number of Conservative hopefuls looking to replace Theresa May as Prime Minister, have admitted to past drug use.

Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab reportedly admitted to dabbling with recreational cannabis, while Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt said that he had tried a marijuana-laced drink while in India.

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