Thursday, 23 July 2009

Grayling attacks Government over rise in drug abuse

Chris Grayling has described the statistics for drug use in the UK, released today by the Home Office, as “depressing”.

The Shadow Home Secretary was commenting on figures that show the use of Class A drugs is at its highest point since 1996.

Chris said: “Hardly a day goes by without yet another depressing set of statistics about the scale of Britain’s social problems under this Government.”

And he added: “Drug addiction causes family breakdown, is linked to a substantial proportion of crime and causes long term damage to people’s health. We have to turn this round.”

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