War On Drugs
These are the substances driving county lines operations and how much Britain’s most popular drugs cost.
We need to recognise that people need to survive – they should not be treated as criminals for trying to do so, Christian Aid's Karol Balfe writes
'All the government has achieved... is criminalising a generation of people.'
Drug laws should be devolved to Scotland so the government in Holyrood can make moves towards decriminalisation, SNP party
Last week, on a visit to an east London addiction charity, Prince William asked a group of recovering addicts whether drugs
Whether we are free to vote for Brexit or Trump or refrain from doing so - or free not to take that first dose of a drug, for that matter, is a mystery.
(Photo by Nigel Brunsdon) 'They talk. We die.' This was the stark message written across dozens of protest signs held aloft
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The causes of homelessness are many and, despite common belief, not all are associated with the negative causes of excessive use of alcohol and non-prescription drugs. Undoubtably, many people do fall into homelessness because an addiction occurs. The root cause of this addiction isn't usually drugs or alcohol in themselves but more the circumstances that drive a person to need a prop.
But why would you choose something like this? Choosing not to choose life. Why not choose something else. What could be the reason? There is no good reason. Who needs reasons when you have heroin?