Guernsey receives seven applications to grow cannabis

Seven applications have been received for cannabis cultivation licences in Guernsey, said the island's government.

It follows a deal in July with the UK Home Office allowing cannabis production for medicinal purposes.

The Bailiwick of Guernsey Cannabis Agency will assess the applications before granting licences.

Neil Inder, president of the Committee for Economic Development, said it was "highly encouraging to see such a positive response from businesses".

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