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Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts – August 2017

This month’s incisive analysis of the latest drug trends by Andrew Brown drills down into another year of reduced public spending on drug & alcohol treatment.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (July 2017)

Latest treasure trove of most recent drug & alcohol research from Andrew Brown focuses on rough sleepers and child sexual exploitation.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (June 2017)

This edition of Andrew Brown’s monthly round-up of the latest drug & alcohol stats focuses on sentencing and substance misuse treatment in community orders.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (May 2017)

Andrew Brown’s latest round-up of key drug & alcohol facts and figures looks at attitudes to drinking and the rapid growth in anabolic steroid injectors.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (April 2017)

Latest round-up of key drug facts & figures from Andrew Brown focuses on increases in drug-related hospital admissions (+6%) & drug seizures in prison +300%!).

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (March 2017)

Andrew Brown’s round-up of the latest drug & alcohol stats reveals a staggering 60,000 people received substance misuse treatment in secure settings last year.

Alcohol & Drugs

Interesting new drug facts (February 2017)

Latest round-up of the latest drug & alcohol facts and figures from Andrew Brown reveals plenty of good news including reduced police use of section 136.

Alcohol & Drugs

2016 Drug & Alcohol review

Andrew Brown with a round-up of the most illuminating, often shocking drug and alcohol statistics.

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