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From harm to hope: a 10 year drugs plan to cut crime and save lives

FROM HARM TO HOPEUK Government 10-year plan "to combat illegal drugs sets out how we are doing more than ever to cut off the supply of drugs by criminal gangs and give people with a drug addiction a route to a productive and drug-free life. Underpinned by record investment of over £3 billion in the next three years, we will reduce drug-related crime, death, harm and overall drug use. National and local partners will focus on delivering three strategic priorities." Executive Summary

From harm to hope: a 10 year drugs plan to cut crime and save lives | GOV.UK | PDF | Dec 2021

The Tories don’t want a modern drugs strategy – they prefer outdated macho rhetoric | The Guardian | 7 Dec 2021
5 Policies Proposed In The UK Government's Drugs Strategy | HuffPost | 6 Dec 2021
Drug targets for prisons in England and Wales | BBC News | 6 Dec 2021
UK drug strategy overhaul to focus on recovery not prison | BBC News | 5 Dec 2021
Parliament drug use claims to be raised with police this week | BBC News | 5 Dec 2021

The Tories are waging a war on drugs – but there is cocaine all over the parliamentary loos | The Guardian | 6 Dec 2021

GMHC's response

Though GMHC has expertise in safer drug use and chemsex harm reduction within the context of gay and bisexual men and men who have sex with men, we defer to our friends at Release, the national centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law, and its response to this plan.

Release’s take on the Government’s new Drug Strategy | Release | 8 Dec 2021

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