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24 July 2016
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Democracy? Bah, Humbug...
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A Genius Has Left the Building
British Drugs Mule Smuggled £1.5 Million In Cocaine 'To Boast About It In Ibiza'
Drugs mule Melissa Reid was caught smuggling £1.5 million of cocaine out of Peru after wanting a story to boast about to friends...
Between a Rock and Hard Place: Where Can Vulnerable Women Turn for Help?
Katharine Sacks Jones
Last week a report into domestic abuse services highlighted a story seldom told, the very high level of need amongst women fleeing violence...
End AIDS by 2030? Not Without Harm Reduction
Next month the General Assembly has another opportunity to right this wrong when they meet to specifically address the global response...
Young Britons Are Helping Fuel The Comeback Of A More Dangerous Ecstasy
The "sophisticated" marketing of ecstasy is behind a rapid rise in its use by young Europeans, a report has found. Tactics such as...
A Blanket Ban Suggests There Is a Simple Answer to Legal Highs - The Truth Is Much Hazier
A blanket ban in itself is perhaps not a bad thing. But placing the burden wholly on the police to eradicate NPS use is unlikely to yield...
Why Pointing a Finger at Countries With the Death Penalty for Drugs Is Not Enough
We are commonly told by political leaders that punitive drug laws are needed to 'send a message'. Perhaps, then, the most powerful way...
'Rockstar' Ecstasy Leaves Teen Fighting For His Life, As Police Renew Warning
Manchester police have renewed their warning about taking ecstasy as a 16-year-old boy fights for his life in hospital after taking it. Police...
Campaigning for Improvements to Drugs Access - Why We Must Not Lose Sight of the Individual
This morning a colleague updated me on the situation of a man called Kevin that we have been in touch with over recent months, whose prostate...
How 'Magic Mushroom' Drugs Could Help People With Depression
A drug derived from 'magic mushrooms' could help reduce symptoms in people with depression, a new study has suggested. A small...
Students, Smart Drugs and Cheating
If a single pill could instantly make you a genius would you take it? I know I would, I'd take two. Unfortunately, life isn't a movie and...
Suspected Drug Dealer ‘Had Sex With Pitbull And Filmed It On Her Phone’
Sara C Nelson
A Brisbane woman will stand trial on bestiality and drug trafficking charges. Jenna Driscoll was charged with trafficking cannabis in 2014...
This Woman Asked For Weed On Twitter And The Police Offered To Help Out
Twitter is a wonderful invention, allowing many of us to stay in touch with current events, find jokes to laugh at and track the goings...
Beyond Bureaucracy: The Aftermath of UNGASS
The UNGASS was a disappointment to both progressives and hardliners alike. Whilst we may decry the small progress in the outcome document,...
Taking Illegal Drugs Just Became Safer At This University
Students at Newcastle University are being offered testing kits to check the quality of illegal substances, as part of an innovative campaign...
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