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Sir: That the Government should oppose the use of drugs may be a moral decision (letter, 19 August), but the means of enforcing such a policy should be chosen objectively. If the evidence suggests that decriminalisation, rather than prohibition, is most likely to minimise drug use, then it should be considered, regardless of any moral scruples.

ROGER HOUGHTON

Bath

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