Police say: 'It is time that the non drug using public sees what we are now dealing with on a daily basis'
Campaigners claim 'The Homes Office's pursuit of a tough on drugs strategy is literally killing people' and lay part of the blame at Theresa May's door
The Liberal Democrats have called for the decrminialisation of drugs
Daniel Green denies the alleged victim's version of events
Vaz has spoken out about the criminalisation of poppers, has appeared to take a relatively stern line about the dangers of illegal drugs, and has led the committee’s inquiry into prostitution laws. There's a pretty strong argument that reporting this story is in the public interest
A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a man to 15 years in prison and 1,500 lashes for smuggling drugs into prison using a drone.
But cannabis users were just as motivated as others when they weren’t under the influence
Emily McMillan made headlines for fraud and theft six years ago. Now clean, she talks to Kashmira Gander about hitting rock bottom, rehab and recovery.
The devices were being used to smuggle contraband into an all-male prison in north London
Austin Harrouff in a stable condition in hospital after seemingly random attack
Investigators believe the suspect may have taken flakka or another psychostimulant drug
She is said to have reached a deal with the authorities that will let her see out her terms of parole in her home country
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids said it wants to give parents more information on how to talk about drugs with their children, while campaigners say the advert stigmatises drug users
'No-one actually saw him enter the water but his friends heard a splash,' say police
Scientists let rats self-administer as much cocaine as they wanted for five days, then took it away and analysed how the rodents responded
Figures have almost tripled since records first began being recorded in 1993