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It’s already affecting the weekly shop, but will coke be getting more costly? Simon Doherty speaks to four dealers to see if the cost-of-living crisis is hitting their trade.
Growing up on Sheffield council estates, the 29-year old artist takes the mundanities of Blighty and turns them into beauties. Proper.
Predictably, the Tories are going to try and ban laughing gas. But who is it really benefiting?
Will Coldwell explores how a generation is turning to conscious drug taking.
Weekend wine binges, cocaine to keep the party going, ketamine to take the edge off, xanny to sleep... it’s all a bit of a mess, but it’s fine, you’ll still function.
The highs, highs and, er, highs of British nightlife have been immortalised with a new book of rave veteran Matthew Smith’s ’00s photography. Step inside, and leave your coats at the door.
Oscar-nominated doc All the Beauty and the Bloodshed is a potent portrayal of loss and addiction, following the artist’s fight against deadly inequality, corporate greed and big pharma, writes Amelia Abraham.