My Brother Died of An Ecstasy Overdose But I’m Still Campaigning to Reopen Fabric
Nathalie Wainwright lost her brother after he took ecstasy in the 90s. She explains why she’s calling for drug education reform.
What the 1980s Glue Sniffing Epidemic Can Teach Us About Preventing Ecstasy Deaths
If authorities want to cut the amount of drug deaths in the UK, they need to start confronting the problem instead of running away from it.