The family of an epileptic boy who suffers hundreds of seizures a day are quitting the UK to move to the Netherlands so they can leagally treat him with medical cannabis.

The parents of five-year-old Alfie Dingley - who is believed to be one of only five boys in the world with his rare form of epilepsy - say the UK's drug laws are "absurd".

Hannah Deacon and Drew Dingley want to treat the hard-to-control seizures with medical cannabis oil, but could be jailed if they do so in their Warwickshire home.

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Fionnula Hainey ~ Mirror.co.uk via 420Intel.com

 

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