The UK needs to treat drug misuse as a health issue and not a criminal one, leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett has said.
Speaking during the first Leaders Live debate, Natalie Bennett said that the "war on drugs had failed" and that a debate in Parliament was needed on the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act.
Ms Bennett was the first of five major political party leaders to take part in Bite the Ballot's Leaders Live Q&A campaign.
The Green Party leader spoke about education, the environment, the economy and health issues. She said her party would abolish zero-hours contracts and "get rid" of state funded faith schools in a frank exchange with the studio audience.
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Ms Bennett is followed by Nigel Farage (Ukip), Ed Miliband (Labour), David Cameron (Conservative) and Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrats).
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