Loneliness, anxiety and losing limbs: These are the things keeping dealers up at night.
Four women and their male boss jailed for 37 years after selling party drugs, including their own heart-shaped ecstasy, while disguised as delivery riders during London lockdowns.
There’s no trading standards in the drugs business, but this dealer went for the safe option.
Wider group of people are falling victim to “cuckooing”, driven by rising social isolation and poverty.
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.
"Paul" is the voice at the other end of the line.
With more urban gangs selling drugs in the UK's rural areas than ever before, drug dealers on the south-west coast are uniting to fight back.
A new survey aims to find out how the UK's drug market is getting on.
For some drug sellers who have "gone country", being locked up in a rural jail can be a ticket to non-stop abuse from the locals. For others, it can be a blessing in disguise.
From the 23rd of December to the 1st of January, this is what caners are ordering in.