The British Home Office has published new statistics about drug seizures in England and Wales for the financial year ending in March 2020.
The figures show a sharp rise in the amount of LSD seized by officials: 178,193 doses were seized in total, marking a 230% increase on the previous year (54,070 doses).
This marks the highest quantity seized since the year ending March 2005, when a whopping 1,137,000 dose seizures were recorded.
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In total, 183,068 drug seizures were made in England and Wales in the year-long period, up 20% from 153,136 the previous year.
Cannabis was the most commonly seized drug, accounting for 71% of all drug seizures.
Seizures made by police forces rose by 17% to 169,224, and those by Border Force were up 55% to 13,844.
Border Force seizures tended to account for much larger quantities (92% of heroin, 88% of cocaine, 81% of herbal cannabis, 79% of anabolic steroids, 77% of cannabis resin and 67% of ecstasy) than those made by police forces, which are often individuals possessing small amounts of illegal drugs.
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View the full statistics here.