Police said the teenagers took a type of ecstasy known as 'Teddy Tablets'
One in ten students already admit to using them, with a quarter thinking of using in the future
Nitrous Oxide has been used recreationally since the late 18th century, and out of all the countries in the world is the most popular in the UK
We wouldn’t ask an organised crime syndicate to control the supply of our tobacco or alcohol, so why heroin and cocaine?
Only one drug out of 14 studied demonstrated benefits that outweighed the risks of children taking them
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The Home Office has warned against the effects of banned mental stimulant Noopept, but experts have mixed opinions on how dangerous the drug really is
Report into Prince's death states singer died as a result of 'decadent self-administered fentanyl'
The murderous manners of gangsters are sponsored by every government stupid enough and cowardly enough to give them control of the supply chain
Philip Policarpio has a tattoo on his chest that reads: ‘Only God Can Judge Me'
Explaining poppers - what they are and what they do
Crawley Police told the world about its first day 'drugs' seizure - then realised that, actually, poppers aren't covered by the new legal highs ban
When police officers entered 40-year-old Joshua West’s hotel room in March, they found alleged illegal drugs, used needles and Bubba.
Street dealers would be less likely than high street shops to exercise responsibility and might aim to move users on to heroin and crack
The Psychoactive Substances Act will introduce a blanket ban on the production, distribution, sale and supply of legal highs
The substances are being outlawed amid concerns they have been linked to deaths and are fuelling anti-social behaviour