Special report: Described by some as being more addictive than heroin, legal highs are not going to be legal much longer. And amid warnings a Government ban will only make things worse, Adam Lusher travels to Newcastle – the epicentre of Britain's growing addiction
The Psychoactive Substances Act is due to come into effect on 26 May, but sprialling use among prisoners raises concerns clampdown attempts are proving ineffectual
One of the men, aged 33, is in an induced coma while the other, aged 39, needed medical attention
Despite the rise in arrests, one-fifth of motorists do not know it is an offence to drive while impaired by prescription drugs
Police said the two women, who were hospitalised, were 'very lucky'
Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug means it is pretty tough to study
Drug experts say prohibition is a 'blunt tool' and call for increased emphasis on education
The drug is making its way to the US at a time when fentanyl-related deaths in Canada continue to rise
The unnamed man says he supplied Prince with thousands of dollars' worth of painkillers over 24 years
Some see progress in countries at least ackowledging war on drugs has fallen short
Psychedelic Pride on 19 April celebrates the anniversary of Swiss scientist Albert Hofmann becoming the first ever person to ingest LSD, a substance that many including Charlie Gilmour feel is due for rehabilitation
Mr Clegg claims original draft of report was subject to an 'endless wrangle between Lib Dem ministers and Theresa May'
Michaella McCollum was caught with Melissa Reid trying to smuggle drugs from Peru
The governor has signed a bill to mandate that any woman receiving an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy must be heavily sedated
Their report comes ahead of a special UN General Assembly Session on drugs to be held next month
Airline employee quickly dropped her bag, ditched a pair of Gucci heels and fled barefoot down an upward-moving escalator