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The dark side of an elite Oxbridge education

by Helen Rumbelow The Times, posted 23 05 2017

A cocaine-fuelled attack by a student at Oxford has raised difficult questions “The best things in life are free. The second best things are very, very expensive.” So posted Lavinia Woodward, an Oxford student, on her Facebook account,...

Police go soft on drugs at festivals

by Daily Mail Rebecca Camber Crime Correspondent, posted 22 05 2017

Youths can get them tested without fear of arrest Pilot: Drug testing at last year’s Secret Garden Party ‘They could harm someone’ ‘Do not take this as support’ POLICE chiefs are planning to let revellers at some of...

Anti-drug campaigners slam plans to introduce drug testing tents at music festivals

by Martin Evans, crime correspondent The Telegraph, posted 22 05 2017

Anti-drugs campaigners have expressed dismay after the police backed plans to allow festival goers to test substances such as cocaine and ecstasy for purity before taking them. The service, which will be offered at a string of live...

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