London Lite Monday, 2 November 2009 spice expert quits panel as nutt warns more will go Drugs policy is in tatters,says sacked adviser Yeomanwont letbullieswin E Continued from Page 1 Fast talkAn instant interviewwith... michelle keegan The 22-year-old Corrie actress is supporting Vodafones World Of Difference UK programme, which enables 500 people to give back to their community. Manchester or London? It has to be Manchester although London is cool. Wine or champagne? Champagne. But really I prefer drinking Bud. Emmerdale or EastEnders? This may come as a surprise but I actually love EastEnders. There is just a lot more drama involved. Clubbing or bars? It really depends what mood Im in. If Im with friends then Ill say clubbing but if Im out on a date then it will have to be a bar. TV or theatre? I prefer TV because its not live so you can mess up and start again. The X Factor or Strictly Come Dancing? The X Factor. I just love everything about it especially the auditions. 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I had one chap at the gate who said he was completely and utterly against me doing the job. Chief Yeoman Warder John Keohane said on her appointment that male Beefeaters had realised for some time that one day a woman would do the job. Life is moving on here at the Tower, he said. A spokesman for the Tower of London said: As soon as these allegations were brought to our attention, we instigated procedures. The Tower is a close-knit community, and, understandably, this is a difficult time for us all. And a Tower source said last night: Moiras very upset, but relieved the alleged bullying and harassment has only been by a small minority. The source added that Miss Cameron, from Argyll in Scotland, is a boost to tourism and will not be forced out by bully boys. ADVERTISEMENT THE expert who was sacked as a govern- ment adviser after a row with Home Secretary Alan Johnson said today the countrys drugs policy was in tatters as more colleagues prepared to quit. Professor David Nutt was fired after he said that tobacco and alcohol were more dangerous than ecstasy, LSD and canna- bis. He claimed today that the drugs advisory panel he chaired would no longer be able to function and pointed to the departure of a colleague, Dr Les King, who is the foremost expert on the canna- bis-like substance, spice. Dr King quit yesterday as ministers prepare to announce an update in policy on spice. Professor Nutt wrote in the Times today that no true scientist would be able to work for Mr Johnsons panel. He also told Sky News: It leaves the Governments drugs policy in tatters. Dr King said he quit because Professor Nutt had been denied the right to free speech. Pharmacist Marion Walker was also understood to have quit the panel. Professor Nutt was sacked on Friday. The remaining 28 panel members are to meet next week to decide how to react. 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