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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 14:56 GMT 15:56 UK
Drugs 'blight most parts of UK'
Three quarters of people in the UK say drugs are a problem in their area, according to a BBC survey.
Drug classes A, B and C to stay
Drug classification rethink urged
Cannabis will remain class C drug
Gauging the UK's drugs use
Drug services 'failing on crack'
'Get past celebrity drug debate'
Addicted at 10
Lessons in drama
Jail drugs fight
WWI fort detox
The heroin trail
From Afghanistan's fields to the veins of British heroin addicts
In the shadows
Richard Bilton assesses the impact of drugs in Preston
Flow of drugs
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AN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Nigerian drug mules 'on the rise'
The number of Nigerian women held in UK jails on drugs offences has risen six-fold in three years.
Sunshine island's deadly trade
Turkey at the drugs crossroads
Met seize 'biggest' cannabis haul
Rethinking the war on drugs
Galicia drug runners test Spain
FOCUS ON HULL
City working to lose drug habit
'I lost my son to heroin'
The paint stripper drug that kills
An industrial solvent used to clean graffiti has become the potentially lethal drug of choice for some gay clubbers.
Drugs in the UK: Key facts
How love of mushrooms grew
UK clubbers 'turn to ketamine'
Cocaine use 'continuing to rise'
'I get my heroin on the NHS'
Canapés and cocaine
New way to fight drug crime
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