Epileptic boy, 13, whose case led to the legalisation of medical cannabis in Britain gets his first legal dose in the UK after three-month ‘exile’ in Canada
- Medical cannabis was made legal on the NHS following NHS reforms last year
- Billy Caldwell and his mother returned from three months in ‘exile’ in Canada
- They left the UK as they couldn’t find a doctor to prescribe medicinal cannabis
- But yesterday they picked up cannabis from pharmacy after doctor prescribed it
Brendan Mcfadden For Mailonline
A 13-year-old epileptic boy whose case led to the legalisation of medical cannabis in Britain has been given his first legal dose the country.
Billy Caldwell and his mother, Charlotte, from