The UK's New Drug Stats Tell Us What We Already Knew
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The Highs and Lows of Being a Student Drug Dealer
I made thousands selling drugs to students – but I wouldn't go back.
Africa Is Going Through an Opioid Crisis, But It's Not What You Think
Labourers are taking counterfeit pills in order to work longer hours.
Police Thought They Beat the Darknet Drug Markets – They Didn't
This spring, the dark web drug trade was attacked on multiple fronts and authorities claimed victory. But after a quick restart, it's business as usual.
The Obvious Problem with Using Children as Drug Gang Informants
This week, the Home Office fought a children's charity in court to defend police use of child spies in infiltrating county lines gangs – and won.
We Found Evidence of Cocaine Use in the House of Commons
Our coke swabs – which turn blue when they detect the drug – picked up traces of coke in four of the nine locations we tested.
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."
Inside the UK's Violent Crime Capital
We spoke to journalist Mobeen Azhar about his new documentary, 'Hometown', which looks at the drugs trade in West Yorkshire.
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The Inside Story of Europe's First Narco-State
A young generation of Albanians are caught between organized crime's politics, rampant unemployment, and the fast cash of Class A drugs.
Getting High Is Damaging the Planet – But Mostly Because of Prohibition
This is how cannabis, cocaine, MDMA and heroin are harming the environment.
There's a Reason the UK Takes More Coke, K and MDMA Than Anywhere Else
Our nation's enduring obsession with the rave years might go some way to explaining today's Global Drug Survey results.
The Fascinating History of Mescaline, the OG Psychedelic
We spoke to writer Mike Jay about the drug's journey from prehistoric caves, through Aztecs, Mormons, Beat poets, Jean-Paul Sartre and a British MP.