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Max Daly is Vice's Global Drugs Editor and specialises in reporting on drugs and crime. He won the Orwell Prize in 2019 for his work on young drug dealers and co-authored Narcomania: How Britain Got Hooked on Drugs
Hittills har Norge varit fastlåst i sin konservativa drogpolitik, precis som Sverige. Men nu ser det ut att ändras i en plötslig och överraskande politisk vändning.
Författaren Eileen Ormsby har fördjupat sig i drogmarknader och mordsajter på darknet och träffat några riktigt stora aktörer.
När Pieter "Posh Pete" Tritton var i tjugoårsåldern tjänade han över 300 000 kronor i månaden, men det dröjde inte länge förrän allt gick fullständigt åt helvete.
Police stealing drugs from the lock-up, or even directly from other dealers, is more common than you'd think.
A study released today reveals a load of new unexpected narcotics trends throughout the UK.
Why the drug disappeared, and how it appears to be making something of a comeback.
Naloxone – an opioid antidote – is re-animating hundreds of people every year.
In its heyday, on a tiny budget, the maverick magazine sold by homeless people became an eye into Britain's soul.
We often hear about "Jihadists flooding the west with heroin", or "ISIS making billions through drug trafficking" – but we rarely see much actual evidence.
When Nara flew to Iraq from London for her grandmother's funeral, she found her grandmother very much alive, and her father furious at her for becoming "too Westernised".
In most parts of the world HIV infections and deaths from Aids have been falling, but in Muslim-majority regions new HIV infections have been on the rise since 2001.
When the tabloids write horror stories about drugs such as mephedrone or laughing gas, searches for how to buy those drugs go through the roof.