Charlotte Caldwell, and her son Billy, from Co Tyrone,  stand outside the Home Office during a break in a meeting with officials to discuss how Billy can have his severe epilepsy treated with cannabis oil,  a banned substance in Britain, in London, June 11th, 2018. File photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

A document sent to outlets on Sunday night about a media opportunity with Northern Secretary Karen Bradley today, contains briefing lines for her to u(...)

 Vera Twomey    with her daughter Ava, who suffers from Dravet’s Syndrome: Ms Twomey  is   walking to Dublin in support of the legalisation of medicinal cannabis. File photograph:  Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Families seeking to treat their sick children with medicinal cannabis are being subjected to ripoffs and misleading information, the mother of the fir(...)

Billy Caldwell’s mother Charlotte says cannabis oil has reduced his life-threatening seizures from up to nine a week to four a month. Photograph: Keep Billy Alive/Facebook

A Co Tyrone woman whose son with epilepsy is being treated with medicinal cannabis in the US, has said she is unable to return to Ireland because the (...)