The tragic case reflects a rise in children using and selling Class A drugs.
J. told me he was thinking of carving out some candles, putting pills inside them, and mailing them to Chicago. I had a better idea: I’d fly them out in my wheelchair, because airport security never searched it.
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.
In the 90s they were the pinger of choice. By the early-2000s they'd become public enemy number one.
It's happening with cannabis. But how would a world of legal stimulants work?
How each great nation treats Mandy and Molly.
And you could win it by entering a competition whose proceeds go towards a brilliant cause.
After successfully reducing drug-related harms at UK festivals, The Loop are now taking their testing facilities to city centres – starting with Bristol.