Max Daly

Drugs

Why Europe Has Dodged America's Fentanyl Crisis

Europe's most lucrative heroin markets seem ripe for a fentanyl takeover. But why the no-show?
Max Daly
2.7.19
Narcomania

The British Criminals Moving to Pakistan to Make a Killing from Heroin

It wasn't part of the plan, but two British street dealers are now making a fortune posting batches of heroin from Pakistan back home to the UK. They aren't the only ones.
Max Daly
12.17.18
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

We’re All Burned Out and Trying to Escape It

Poor mental health is not unique to one generation, but Gen Y and Gen Z are connected and responsive 24/7. It’s no wonder they’re increasingly turning to drugs as an antidote to our digital dystopia.
Ankita Rao
Max Daly
12.3.18
Drugs

Here's Fresh Evidence the Drug War Is a 'Horrific Failure'

"The international drug control system promised a world free of drugs, but has delivered the exact opposite."
Max Daly
10.23.18
Drugs

The World's War on Drugs Has Failed Yet Again

It's time for a more truthful discussion of drug use because what world leaders are doing now isn't working.
Max Daly
10.23.18
Narcomania

The Hidden Victims of Britain's Ecstasy Deaths

Give your friend an ecstasy pill and you could find yourself in jail, against your late friend's family's wishes.
Max Daly
10.16.18
Narcomania

Blaming Middle Class Coke Users for Street Murders Is PR Nonsense

The line has been parroted by politicians and law enforcement officials, but it is wrong for so many reasons.
Max Daly
7.31.18
Narcomania

Gen Z Is More Into Coke, Ket and LSD Than We Thought

The proportion of 16 to 24-year-olds using Class A drugs is now the highest it's been for 12 years.
Max Daly
7.26.18
Narcomania

The Medics Who Get High On Their Own Supply

With stressful jobs and easy access to pharmaceutical grade opiates, it's no wonder some doctors get hooked on the drugs they use on their patients.
Max Daly
7.9.18
Narcomania

How Drug Dealing Gangs Are Taking Over the Countryside

We took a trip to the Essex borough of Thurrock to see how the housing crisis and the "going country" phenomenon is affecting Britain's towns and villages.
Max Daly
5.23.18
Narcomania

One Fifth of UK Students Use Drugs to Self-Medicate Mental Health Problems

And more findings from a university drug study.
Max Daly
4.26.18
Narcomania

How City Drug Gangs First Used Teens to Take Over British Towns

The "going country" phenomenon isn't as new as many like to make out. Here is the inside story of the first "county lines" gangs, nearly 20 years ago.
Max Daly
4.24.18
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