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    1. Drugs controlled by the UK Misuse of Drugs Act - Wikipedia

      Drugs controlled by the United Kingdom (UK) Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 are listed in this article. These drugs are known in the UK as controlled drugs, because this is the term by which the act itself refers to them.

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    2. Drugs penalties - GOV.UK

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    3. What Is Spice Drug? | LegalMatch Law Library

      • Spice drugs refer to mixture products in substitute to marijuana. View full legal information from LegalMatch’s online law library today.
      • Spice drug or simply, "Spice", refers to a number of different herbal mixture products that are supposed to produce effects similar to marijuana when smoked or...

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    4. Two students remain in hospital after using Spice drug | UK news | The Guardian

      • Law. Scotland. Wales. Northern Ireland.
      • Spice is one of a growing multitude of brand names for synthetic cannabis – designer chemicals that mimic the drug’s psychoactive effects.
      • Spice – the synthetic drug gaining a grip on Russia. Cannabis substitute smoked in a pipe appears to be a soft...

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    5. Prison staff struggling to cope as spice epidemic grows in UK's jails | Society | The Guardian

      • Laura Baumanis, a lawyer for Olliers in Manchester, said the man had been brought to court from HMP Manchester, formerly Strangeways.
      • That was true when the act was passed. After that law came into force, the government classified spice as a class B drug, which made it illegal to possess and sell...

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    6. What are the UK drug laws? – DrugWise | December 2009 – Spice, a synthetic cannabinoid, classified as a Class B drug.

      • Drugs subject to this Act are known as ‘controlled’ drugs. The law defines a series of offences including: unlawful supply; intent to supply, import or export
      • Class B: These include: amphetamine (not methamphetamine), barbiturates, codeine, ketamine, synthetic cannabinoids such as Spice and...

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    7. Spice should be upgraded to Class A drug, say police and crime commissioners | The Independent

      • Spice is currently a Class B drug, and is illegal to produce, supply or import in Britain.
      • In an open letter to the Home Office, more than 20 Conservative commissioners from across the UK warned the synthetic substance poses the “most severe” threat to public health in decades.

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    8. Synthetic Spice: the science behind the drug - University of Birmingham

      • UK Dubai.
      • “People using these drugs need to be aware that it is not like getting a medicine from your local chemist’s shop which has been developed by
      • In recent weeks we have seen headlines in the media like ‘Spice zombies on our streets’ and ‘Manchester police attend 58 spice-linked incidents in...

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    9. 'Spice drug paralysing prison system' - BBC News

      • The BBC meets two former prisoners, now in drug rehab, who say they were able to take legal highs in jail.
      • Rise in deaths from 'legal highs' Jump to media player The number of UK deaths linked to so-called "legal highs" has risen in recent years - from 10 in 2009 to at least 68 in 2012, figures show.

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    10. ‘Soaked in Spice’: UK inmates smoking ‘solicitor letters’ dipped in mind-altering drugs — RT UK News

      • Violence in UK jails is being fueled by smuggled psychoactive drugs like Spice, according to Justice Secretary David Gauke, who said inmates are smoking letters dipped in mind-altering chemicals.

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