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2016: The year in drugs

A timeline of the biggest drug stories this year

  • Louis Anderson-Rich
  • 9 December 2016
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May 10: Newcastle University offer students drug testing kits

The ‘Test Your Drugs, Not Yourself’ initiative made Newcastle the first university to offer students the chance to test their drugs. At only £3 a pop, the test uses a chemical reaction to determine what’s in the drugs.

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August 11: fabric closes temporarily

Following the drug-related deaths of two teenagers over the summer months, fabric was forced to close. At the time it wasn’t thought the club could close forever, but that would all change after Operation Lenor had concluded.

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