A six-year study of Britain's drug laws by leading scientists, police officers, academics and experts has concluded it is time to introduce decriminalisation.
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Teenagers are starting to take drugs at increasingly younger ages; in some cases, children younger than 10 are falling victim.
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Police have made their first arrest of a driver suspected to be under the influence of an illegal drug since a drug-driving law came into effect last week.
The city lagged behind other advanced jurisdictions in introducing random breath-testing and tougher penalties for drink driving that fit a serious crime against society.
It's high time for a rethink on tackling the global drug epidemic. The US war on drugs has clearly failed. An urgent and honest dialogue is needed.
During the festive season, when young people are at greater risk of being tempted by drugs, parents might do well to heed the advice of a former TV actress turned parenting expert.
Our government has invested a lot of its social and moral capital in the war on drugs. Increased funding for anti-drug programmes, treatment and rehabilitation has wide community support.
Drug abusers are going undetected for longer periods, making it harder for social workers to wean them off their habits.
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On paper, Hong Kong has fewer newly reported drug-abuse cases. But in reality, police and social workers are concerned that the problem is getting worse.