Psychoactive Substances Act
It had humble beginnings, but the formerly legal high is now a runaway threat wreaking havoc on Britain's streets and prisons.
Data obtained by VICE under the Freedom of Information Act revealed that 71 percent of arrests since the bill came in were for nitrous oxide offences.
Because why bother listening to people who are professionally more knowledgeable than you?
A new bill banning any and all "psychoactive substances" was the direct result of a moral panic started by the red tops.
Almost six months after the Psychoactive Substances Act, drugs such as spice are advertised on dark web markets.
The stats are in about what the bill has achieved.
Now that NoS has officially been banned, will this be the summer it starts to disappear from the streets?
As of today, legal highs are no longer legal in the UK. We spent the night with some salesmen and users to get their take on what comes next.
Scientists and policy experts have raised concerns about the UK government’s broad ban on “psychoactive substances.”