Guernsey’s tough drug laws ruin lives, so why is big business allowed to profit off weed grown on the island?
Author Adam Zmith discusses his new book tracing the history of poppers and the drug’s role in forging a greater queer future.
Disruptions to trafficking routes out of Afghanistan are leading to an increase in the presence of harmful opioids in the UK.
Punitive university policies around illicit substance use are failing students – but what would an alternative approach look like?
Three former drug smugglers discuss the reality of living with an importation conviction and the stigma that inevitably comes with it.
Drag performer Linda Simpson remembers capturing her friends on wild, hedonistic nights out in New York’s East Village.
Our era has been described as a ‘Psychedelic Renaissance’, with growing interest in the potential mental health benefits of hallucinogenics. But could these mind-altering experiences help people of colour navigate racism?
In the 1970s and '80s, Joseph Rodriguez worked as a cab driver while studying photography in NYC, where he captured an unflinching portrait of the city.
The push to relax drug laws is gaining momentum globally, but what would a legalised market in the UK actually look like?
A new documentary explores the legacy of a 1970s coalition of New York health activists and revolutionaries, among them Tupac's stepfather and The Black Panthers.
As data reveals disproportionate cannabis cautions for Black people, a Labour campaign backed by 20 MPs is calling for reform. Its co-founder Jeff Smith MP explains why.
Ayahuasca is widely credited with transcendental psychological healing powers, and its popularity in Europe is growing. But does it really work?