'They Were Doing What?!' Met Police Accused Of Missing The Mark With New Action To Support Women's Safety
"This has literally nothing to do with women's safety," one person tweeted.
Our current approach of criminalising drug use, in the hope that it dissuades people from taking drugs, is a failure; the numbers of drug-related deaths in England, Wales, and Scotland are currently the highest ever recorded. It's time for the UK to change its approach to drug use.
Retesting of Beijing samples sees 31 athletes test positive.
Some 31 athletes are facing a ban from the Rio Olympics after testing positive for doping. The International Olympic Committee
Campaigners have persuaded bosses to change policies.
Students at Newcastle University are being offered testing kits to check the quality of illegal substances, as part of an
Increased testing of players for recreational drugs will frighten anyone still using them, according to former England captain
Testing for recreational drugs in cricket will be increased after the findings from the Tom Maynard inquest revealed the
Frankie Dettori has been given a six-month worldwide racing ban for failing a drugs test. The Jockey, 42, failed a test at