Eric survived a tough childhood to run cocaine sales in a string of north London pubs and bars. Along the way, he's seen the capital transformed by gentrification and new drug cultures. This is his story.
"This guy's dad would let him throw these parties from his massive Knightsbridge house, with coke, ketamine, mushrooms, ecstasy, top-shelf booze and high-class hookers."
Labourers are taking counterfeit pills in order to work longer hours.
This week, the Home Office fought a children's charity in court to defend police use of child spies in infiltrating county lines gangs – and won.
Our coke swabs—which turn blue when they detect the drug—picked up traces of coke in four of the nine locations we tested.
"I charge different amounts to different people. If you're a complete knob, I'll take the piss."
We spoke to journalist Mobeen Azhar about his new documentary, 'Hometown', which looks at the drugs trade in West Yorkshire.
The illegal drug trade comes with a significant environmental cost, but it doesn't have to.
Our nation's enduring obsession with the rave years might go some way to explaining today's Global Drug Survey results.