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Alcohol & Drugs

Eight things I learnt from the 2018 Global Drug Survey

GDS2018 provides new data on the latest drug trends and crucial public health and policy issues, as well as a range of fascinating facts. Let’s face it, where else would you find out that 30% people can get cocaine delivered more quickly than a pizza?

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The latest drug trends in England

The latest official statistics reveal that more of us use cocaine than any other country and highlight a resurgence in drug use by school aged children.

Alcohol & Drugs

Cannabis potency and mental health

Street lottery Last week (18 October 2017) VolteFace published an important new report on the issue of cannabis and mental health. Entitled Street Lottery, the report provides

Alcohol & Drugs

The legal cannabis market in the USA

A new forecast predicts that the US cannabis market will be much larger by 2026 and that the vast majority of sales will be done on a legal basis.

Alcohol & Drugs

UK drug report 2017

European Drug Report puts the UK in a European context, highlights our high levels of heroin, cocaine & MDMA use and our troubling drug-induced mortality rate.

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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.

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