The UK Needs to Take a Racial Justice Approach to Drug Policy

In the US, drug policy is seen as a racial justice issue. We should view it through the same lens.


Revealed: How Students Take Drugs in 2018

The results of a new study carried about by the NUS and drug charity Release reveals that weed is the most commonly used drug among uni students, and that a fifth use drugs to self-medicate mental health issues.


Harsher Drug Policing Will Not Stop Knife Crime

David Lammy MP is one of many who has suggested that a tougher approach to drug law would reduce knife crime


Drug Policy and the Fight for Black Lives

Drug policy continues to be used as a means of social and racial control​, fracturing black communities and maintaining the economic and societal dominance of white people.


Art from the Frontline of the War on Drugs

We spoke to the executive producer of the Museum of Drug Policy.


Raves and the Rolling Stones: The History of Drugs Charity Release

Release has been advising people on drugs and drugs law for the last half century.


Drake Announced The Release Date for 'Views From The 6'

"There's a lot of music on there."


Canada's Infamous 'Internet Black Widow' Will Be Released from Prison if She Promises to Stay Away from Men

She's already been denied parole, so she'll have to agree to a set of conditions before getting out.


We Spoke to the Women Protesting Against the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Film

Stop Porn Culture and 50 Shades Is Abuse are two organisations that believe the film is dangerous in its promotion of violence against women.


"Hey, Mom! I'm Out of Prison!": Michael Alig's Mother Talks

The mother of Party Monster and convicted murderer Michael Alig talks to us about her son's release from prison.


A-Trak Of Fool's Gold Kicks Up Our Appetites With Tuna Melt

The new EP launches on December 4th.


Are People Who Play 'Halo 4' Sexless Losers?

Someone who made the game said they were, so I went to the launch to discover the truth.