The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released the latest drug-related death statistics for England and Wales. They make for shocking but not surprising reading, given the abject failure to act from the Government since the last ONS bulletin.
We were devastated to learn that Gill Bradbury has died; a life dedicated to harm reduction and helping others has been sadly cut short.
A recent Written Question to the Home Office suggests they are not measuring the effects of recent drug seizures. Why is that the case?
A regulated market is not, and should not be, a free-for-all. Good regulation needs to promote public health, human rights and social justice.
Reaction to the UK Government's disappointing response to the Scottish Affairs Committee report on problem drug use.
Freedom of Information Requests obtained by Transform reveal the number of potential victims of trafficking or slavery in the UK drug trade.
Recent events may look like good news for those who think prohibition can deliver a ‘drug free world’, but history tells us a different story.
The UK Government recently announced part two of the Carol Black Review into drugs, with the final report due in December; but it is severely limited in answering some key policy questions.
The World Drug Report is the annual analysis from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on the state of the ‘global drug problem’. The report assesses [...]
In this blog, we draw out key lessons from cannabis regulation in the US and Canada