Londoners’ Leisurely Lines Lead To Rise In Crime?

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When we wrote about Kate Moss and her coke a few weeks back, one reader gave us a little criticism asking why a trends site need cover such an event....

Guy Brighton
  • 7 november 2005

When we wrote about Kate Moss and her coke a few weeks back, one reader gave us a little criticism asking why a trends site need cover such an event. The thing is that drug use is a truly epidemic problem amongst young people in the UK – and is therefore important to consider when considering cultural trends. Now, analysis of the water in the Thames river suggests that 150,000 lines of coke are snorted every single day in London – 15 times more than the British Home Office has estimated.

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