Global Drugs Editormax.firstname.lastname@example.org
Max Daly is Vice's Global Drugs Editor and specialises in reporting on drugs and crime. He won the Orwell Prize in 2019 for his work on young drug dealers and co-authored Narcomania: How Britain Got Hooked on Drugs
At least 21 drug offenders have been handed the death penalty via video calls on WhatsApp or Zoom during the pandemic.
Downing Street's controversial race report wants to pilot schemes in four police force areas that reduce impact of biased stop and search.
Drug experts say reclassifying the party and date rape drug will not reduce its potential to cause damage.
America’s forgotten drug is woven into the day-to-day fabric of poor inner cities dotted across the country. But it’s never gone global like crack or LSD, while some U.S. cities have remained impervious.
The emerging drug contains two highly-potent highs, fentanyl and etizolam, and has been linked to a string of drug deaths in Canada.
Official UK government data shows a rising trend of young, black victims and suspects in homicides in England and Wales.
A survey by drug information charity Release reveals existing stashes kept trade going during last year's lockdown in Britain – and that many dealers practised social distancing and wore masks and gloves.
In the US, drug reform is at the centre of political debate while in Britain politicians continue to shove the issue under the carpet. Here’s why
Agency experts tell VICE World News that China and Mexico are not doing enough to help stem the global trade in the chemicals used to make fentanyl and meth.
New cash for the UK's growing drug problem is welcome. But help for drug users is skewed by the government's old drug war mantra.
A US state decriminalised drugs, the UN admitted cannabis can be good for you and Colombia discussed buying up its entire cocaine harvest. It’s been a momentous year for drug liberalisation.