A drugs harm reduction campaign by VICE, in collaboration with The Loop and the Royal Society for Public Health.
When Boots Prescribed Heroin, the UK Did Drug Policy Right
Until the US got involved, the "British System" was successful in keeping addiction rates low and drug-associated crime nonexistent.
The Doctor Treating Heroin Addiction With Heroin
Dr. Christian Plattner wants to encourage more medical specialists to use diamorphine to treat severe addictions.
This Man Took 140 Drugs and Wrote a Harm Reduction Bible
We spoke to Dominic Milton Trott about 'The Honest Drugs Book'.
Lessons We Learned About Drugs This Festival Season
We spoke to three drug experts and welfare providers about what they noticed at the UK's festivals this summer.
Is Norway Set to Spark a Drug Policy Revolution?
Until recently, Norway remained immovable on its conservative drug law, but that looks set to change in a recent, sudden and surprising turn of events.
Drug Experts React to People's Stupid Holiday Drug Stories
Buying drugs! Overseas! Is not a good idea!
Why Festivals Aren't Doing More to Keep Drug Users Safe
Some festivals are doing all they possibly can to reduce the harm from drugs; others, not so much.
Inside the UK's First City Centre Drug Testing Facility
After successfully reducing drug-related harms at UK festivals, The Loop are now taking their testing facilities to city centres – starting with Bristol.
All Drugs Should Be Legalised and Taxed, Say Medical Experts
The 'British Medical Journal' has joined a host of other experts in arguing against prohibition.
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.