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Drugs: It’s just not worth it

Drugs: It’s just not worth it

Our 35-page book gives clear and easy to read facts and advice aimed at teenagers and young people.

£3.25 (inc P&P)


The cost above is for one book. For multiple copies for your school or group, contact us for prices.

“This book should be in all schools and is relevant to all nationalities and backgrounds. Written from the perspective of a teacher with a lifetime experience of the classroom. Mary is a Biologist and was Head of Health Education in a prestigious English grammar school.”

Grainne Kenny, Hon. President EURAD

Drug Prevention Education

Drug Prevention Education

This book sets out to explain the UK drug Education Policy, what it is and how it came about. It critically reviews the thinking and assumptions that underline the present ‘harm reduction’ approach and present the facts so that students, staff and governors can make their own minds up when addressing drug education. The cost below if for one book. For multiple copies for your school or group, contact us for prices.

£6.50 (inc P&P)


The cost above is for one book. For multiple copies for your school or group, contact us for prices.

“This is a welcome change from some previous literature which too often plays down the effects of drugs especially cannabis and gives children hints on how to reduce the harm. The government’s new drugs strategy has ‘prevention’ at its core. This book should help schools to achieve this aim.”

Anthony Seldon, Master Wellington College

Attacker Smoked Cannabis

Attacker Smoked Cannabis

Suicide and psychopathic violence in the UK and Ireland In Attacker Smoked Cannabis, campaigner Ross Grainger presents, through hundreds of news reports of savagery and self-slaughter, overwhelming evidence of the harm cannabis has done in the UK and Ireland in the last two decades. Based on his ground-breaking website of the same name, the book also provides in-depth analysis of this vital issue, arguing that: • the cases amassed, numerous though they are, are the tip of the iceberg; • there is no ‘war’ on drugs, or anything like ‘prohibition’; • it is the effect of cannabis on the mind, not a desire to control the trade in it, that explains most knife crime; • the billionaire Big Dope lobby is as real and insidious as Big Tobacco, with which it is now merged. For those law makers who truly desire an ‘evidence-based’ policy on cannabis, this collection of horrifying stories cannot be ignored.

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