Friday, 20 September 2019

Class A drug use hits record high as milennial ecstasy and cocaine habits blamed

Class A drug use hits record high as milennial ecstasy and cocaine habits blamed Record numbers of people are taking Class A drugs, figures have shown as experts blamed the cocaine and ecstasy habits of millennials for the rise.

The Home Office said 3.7% of 16 to 59-year-olds admitted taking the most dangerous substances in 2018/19 - the highest rate since records began in 1996. The Daily Telegraph

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