How the UK Fell Back in Love with Magic Mushrooms
The rate of shroom use has doubled among young people, to a 12-year high. What prompted the return of the old fashioned trip?
sex and relationships
How Male Rape Survivors Grapple with Their Masculinity
From beefing up in the gym to pummeling drink and drugs, male-on-male assault creates specific ripple effects.
Take This UK Cannabis Survey in the Time It Takes to Smoke a Joint
Today, the Global Drug Survey and the UK Cannabis Social Clubs launched what they hope will be the largest ever survey of British cannabis users.
The Government Is Ignoring the UK's Drug Crisis
Once again, drug deaths are at their highest rate since records began.
Brighton Could Be the First UK City to Pass a 'Homeless Bill of Rights'
The bill isn't a set of policy proposals, but guidance on how local councils should treat the rising issue of homelessness.
Some Easy Ways to Stamp Out Your Festival Carbon Footprint
Look after the planet and have a mostly guilt-free comedown.
This Couple Flew to a Wedding and Back Again During Glastonbury
Some people just refuse to be defeated by a double-booking over Glasto weekend. And yes, they know to offset the CO2 emissions.
How Previous Drug Use Can Stop You Getting Into America
After a British tourist was turned away from the US because customs officials found an old text about cocaine on her phone, we asked an expert what else might get in your way.
Sniffer Dogs and The Dickhead Tax: The Secrets of Festival Drug Dealers
"I charge different amounts to different people. If you're a complete knob, I'll take the piss."
Festival Journeys Are the New Festivals
More and more companies are popping up to transport festival-goers on party buses or trains with DJ sets and club carriages.
These are the Countries Most Likely to Legalise Weed Next
Mexico? Likely. India? Not so much.
A Brief History of the Mass Brawls at British Racing Events
Read certain newspapers and it would seem that violence at Ascot, Goodwood and Hexham has reached epidemic-like proportions.