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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
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The online food delivery giant wants the London-based guerrilla cannabis seller to hand over its domain name and change its branding.
British citizen Ryan Hale is accused of being the boss of a so-called super cartel which trafficked a third of Europe's cocaine.
Officials at the port of Antwerp say they cannot incinerate seized cocaine fast enough and fear the backlog could be robbed from storage depots.