Norman McNestrie, 50, and Paul Robson, 54, were part of a gang that smuggled £1.6 billion worth of drugs into the UK.Read the full story ›
Fourteen airmen who guarded a base that holds intercontinental ballistic missiles have been suspended after the allegations of drug-taking.Read the full story ›
Film series warning Australian teenagers of the dangers of marijuana features a human-sized stoned sloth.Read the full story ›
HMS St Albans intercepted a drug-smuggling boat and seized a £1m haul of cannabis.Read the full story ›
Ireland's drugs minister Aodhán Ó Ríordáin has announced Ireland will consider decriminalising drugs including heroin and cocaine.Read the full story ›
The son of fugitive Joaquín Guzmán - or "el Chapo" - may have accidentally revealed his father's location after posting a photo on Twitter.Read the full story ›
The UK should decriminalise cannabis as part of a radical new approach to drugs laws, according to a group of MPs and peers.Read the full story ›
Three more people have become seriously ill after being sold rogue drugs at a music festival, just a day after a teenager died.
Christian Pay, 18, died following "substance abuse" at Kendal Calling music festival in the Lake District, Cumbria.
Since his death seven people have been treated in hospital, including a 29-year-old man who remains in a critical state and four people who are in "serious but stable" conditions.
Police urged people not to take drugs at the festival because of the safety risks. . Four people arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply have been released on bail.
A mass inhalation of "hippy crack" was carried out in the shadow of Parliament on Saturday in protest at the Government's drug policy.Read the full story ›
Smoking cannabis may stunt growth and trigger early puberty in boys, new research has revealed.Read the full story ›