Stephen Kinnock (left) and Adam Price

Two Welsh politicians have actually confessed to taking drugs in their young people.

Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price claimed: “As a gay man who first went clubbing in the 1990s it would be a bit of a surprise if I hadn’t taken drugs.”

Labour backbench MP Stephen Kinnock, that stands for Aberavon, confessed “smoking weed” at secondary school.

The panellists on the BBC’s Question Time were asked if they had actually taken drugs, after Michael Gove admitted taking cocaine 20 years earlier.

Mr Price claimed he was “not proud” of it, including: “But I’m not going to lie about it either.”

“15 million people in this country have taken illegal drugs… that’s got to be a message to us that prohibition has failed in the most dismal way possible,” he claimed.

Mr Kinnock, boy of the previous Labour leader Neil Kinnock, claimed he mosted likely to a thorough institution in west London and “regarding I might see concerning fifty percent of the consumption because institution was smoking weed and I became part of that fifty percent.

“And I was additionally component of … what some call the 2nd summertime of love in very early 1990 s – home songs, goes crazy – and I was additionally a component of that.

“The war on drugs is being lost… causing tremendous disruption in society, heartbreak.”

Former Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers claimed she”had about three attempts of cannabis at university, only the last time I managed to inhale and was sick”

“So I never touched it again and wouldn’t recommend to anyone else.”

She claimed although her method to medicine plan “has always been pragmatic” and she was open to reform, she hesitated to promote legalisation of marijuana as a result of the “very serious health downsides”.

Mr Gove has admitted he was “fortunate” to avoid jail after making use of drug a number of times 20 years earlier.