"We The Undersigned"


1a) The name of the organisation shall be henceforth known as “We The Undersigned”.




2a) To maintain and uphold the freedoms and rights, as ascertained and granted by the generations which came before us, to live a free and moral life and, of which, we, as a community, believe we are being deprived, as consequences of society’s political and media conditioned prejudices.


2b) To achieve full consumer rights, equalities, freedoms, and protections in society for all cannabis cultivators, producers and consumers and all interested parties in the UK Canna Industry, equal in nature to the protections and freedoms already bestowed upon the consumers of the highly toxic recreational drug of alcohol and tobacco/nicotine.


2c) To empower the public (2.5b), to become informed, through access to current and traditional research about the effects and risks of cannabis and its potential applications, with the intention of counteracting the decades of stigma and conjectures of the uneducated or misinformed and so often inflicted upon the members of the oppressed cannabis community.


2d) To maintain the group ethos, rules, regulations, and procedures.


2e) WTU will ask our members to share with us by email details of any persecution or discrimination experienced due to cannabis prohibition, to ascertain what the community faces, to keep an historical record as well as with the intention of using as evidence of an unjust unrighteous society. This shall include but not be limited to reporting; Police arrest, harassment, conviction, abuse from public, family or friends, with the intention of creating a catalogue of persecution and discrimination.


2f) To protect our community’s health and wellbeing, insofar as possible, through the monitoring and policing of all alleged or suspected incidents, including fraud, scamming and dangerous substances potentially contaminating members’ herbal health remedy, in addition to raising awareness to the dangers of the Canna Industry, which could potentially be harmful to health. Our response shall be to publicly Name and Shame, to protect other community members.


2.5a) To seek to correctly reschedule natural herbal cannabis to schedule 4(ii), Schedule 5 or removed completely, as per its benign nature, therapeutic and industrial potential. Thereby releasing this prohibited traditional herbal health remedy and resource for the benefit of the Nation.


2.5b) To raise public awareness of the factual effects, risks and applications of cannabis, through community outreach events and rallies, to engage with, and encourage support from the public for the fight for global equality and freedom.


2.5c) Should financial recourse become available, WTU shall raise full legal challenge or judicial review against the Home Office policy to refuse to acknowledge the global science and documented therapeutic benefits of cannabis and the political decision to criminalise peaceful people, who are improving their quality of life, happiness and wellbeing with this ancient herbal health remedy. (Under section 7(i) of the Misuse of Drugs act this could be rectified without the need for a bill or vote within the parliament.)




To further these aims the committee shall have power to:


3(a)Obtain, collect and receive money or funds by way of contributions, donations, grants and any other lawful method towards the aims of the Group.


3(b)Liaise with local authorities, voluntary organisations and the residents of the world in a common effort to carry out the aims of the Group.


3(c)Do all such lawful things as will further the aims of the Group.




4(a)Membership shall be open to anyone who supports the aims of the group.


4(b)The Management committee shall have the power to approve or reject applications for membership, or to terminate the membership of any member, provided that the member shall have the right to be heard by the Board, before a final decision is made, unless the applicant has broken the rules set out within the organisation.




5(a)A Management Committee elected annually at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) shall manage the Group.


5b)The committee shall consist of a chair, secretary, treasurer, and any other named voting members upon the Board.


5(c)The committee may co-opt up to a further 2 voting members who shall resign at the next Annual General Meeting.


5(d)The committee shall meet at least 2 times each year.


5(e)At least 3 committee members must be present at a committee meeting to be able to make decisions.11de to Setting up Voluntary and Community Groups


5(f)A proper record of all transactions and meetings shall be kept.


5(g) As founder of We The Undersigned, The Management Committee must always keep a voting seat open upon the board for Phil Monk.




6(a)An Annual General Meeting shall be held within 12 months of the date of the adoption of this constitution and each year thereafter.


6(b)Notices of the AGM shall be published three weeks beforehand and a report on the Group’s financial position for the previous year will be made available at the same time.


6(c)A Special General Meeting may be called at any time at the request of the committee, or not less than one quarter of the membership. A notice explaining the place, date, time and reason shall be sent to all members three weeks beforehand.


6(d)One third of membership or four members being present, whichever is the greater, shall enable a General Meeting to take place.


6(e)Proposals to change the constitution must be given in writing to the secretary at least 28 days before a general meeting and approved by a two thirds majority of those present and voting.




7(a)The funds of the group including all donations, contributions and bequests, shall be paid into an account operated by the management committee. All money drawn on the account must be signed by at least two members of the Management Committee and a finance request form filled out.


7(b)The funds belonging to the group shall be applied only to further the aims of the group.


7(c)A current record of all income, funding and expenditure will be kept.



8(a)The Group may be dissolved by a resolution passed by a simple two-thirds majority of those present and voting at a Special General Meeting.


8(b)If confirmed, the committee shall distribute any assets remaining after the payment of all bills to other charitable group(s) or organisation(s) having aims similar to the Group or some other charitable purpose(s) as the Group may decide.



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Phil Monk

I am the founder of WTU and believe in individual freedom and equality for all consumers in the UK. Cannabis improves my life through reducing the symptoms of several conditions, enhancing my creativity, spirituality, happiness, social engagement and connectivity with others. I am non practicing Teacher of Adult Literacy, Numeracy, English for Speakers of Other languages and Spanish.

CannaConsumer rights equal to alcohol consumers rights

Rocky van de Benderskum

I am a Cantheist I Believe Humanity Co-Evolved with Cannabis

I use Cannabis Recreationally as a Medicine and Sacrament.

In remission from Leukaemia I suffer from many side effects of chemotherapy including: Osteopenia, COPD, Fungal Pneumonia, Hyperthyroidism and Chemobrain. I haveOsteoarthritis and require Knee replacement surgery but can't have it due to other conditions so walking is painful, I have migraine headaches almost daily for these and other painful conditions I use Cannabis illegally rather than Opioids legally.

I am a long time activist for Cannabis freedom I even stood for Parliament on this issue and will fight till my last breath against this unjust oppressive Prohibition.


Byron Huggins

I am a Therapeutic user of Cannabis but will fight tooth, nail and breath for the right to save lives.


Lou Monk

I think Cannabis should be de-criminalised for all to benefit from in a regulated market







We the Undersigned

A focus group for the signatories of the pending letter to ALL UK Human and Civil Rights solicitors, hoping that at least one might agree there is a case to be answered by the government for its willful misinformation of the British public, the denial of medicine and the denial of several fundamental rights and freedoms.

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