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Drugs

How Massive Busts Could Create More Harm for People Who Use Drugs

With the biggest drug bust in Ontario history, the province’s cocaine supply may have just become more dangerous.
Allison Tierney
8.30.17
Safe Sesh
Safe Sesh

Political Cynicism Is Killing Drug Users

And voters are just as responsible as the politicians themselves.
Danny Kushlick
7.14.17
Narcomania
Narcomania

The Highs and Lows of the Government's New Drug Strategy

Today, the Home Office announced how it intends to deal with drugs in the UK.
Max Daly
7.14.17
The VICE Manifesto
The VICE Manifesto

Visiting the Town Hit Hardest By the UK's Drug Crisis

Middlesbrough has the most drug-related deaths in the country, and another Tory government will only make the problem worse.
Henry Fisher
6.1.17
Harm Reduction
Harm Reduction

Meet the Woman Testing Your Drugs at This Summer's Festivals

Fiona Measham, boss at The Loop, is expanding the drugs testing service from two independent festivals to a load of major events around the UK.
David Hillier
5.22.17
Drugs
Drugs

Former Head of the AFP Calls for Australia to Decriminalise Drugs

"We cannot hope to nanny ourselves out of risk," says Mick Palmer, who was Australia's top cop between 1994 and 2001.
Maddison Connaughton
3.20.17
High Wire
High Wire

Why Every Generation Freaks Out About a New Drug

The cycle of outrage Americans have over whatever drug is fashionable hasn't gotten us any closer to figuring out why people abuse narcotics.
Maia Szalavitz
2.13.17
Drugs
Drugs

The Story of Mephedrone, the Party Drug That Boomed and Went Bust

In 2010 it was the UK's fourth favourite substance; nowadays it's used almost exclusively on the chemsex scene.
JS Rafaeli
1.17.17
News
News

Richard Di Natale Explains Why the Greens Want to Decriminalise Most Drugs

"Not only is our approach not working, it is actively harming the very people we are supposed to be helping."
Richard Di Natale
11.28.16
Stuff
Stuff

Meeting British 'Daily Mail' Readers Who Smoke Weed

If any one news outlet represents the Middle Englander aversion to progressive drugs policy, it's the 'Mail'. So what do its weed-smoking readers think about all that?
David Hillier
10.27.16
Stuff
Stuff

VICE EXCLUSIVE: These British Police Forces Have Stopped Arresting Drug Users

If successful, the pilot schemes could signal the first steps towards the decriminalisation of drugs in Britain.
Max Daly
10.19.16
News
News

Proof the Tories Really Don't Bother with Evidence-Based Drug Policy

Conservative MP Crispin Blunt revealed he was told to stop sniffing around for fear that what he found would "unpick" the government's position.
Morgan Harries
10.4.16