Britain divided: how we really feel about drugs


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Britain divided: how we really feel about drugs

The Observer’s groundbreaking survey on recreational drug use shows it spans all social classes and is as much a part of modern life as food banks and farmers’ markets

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The Observer drugs survey was last carried out in 2008
The Observer drugs survey was last carried out in 2008 Photograph: Lita Bosch/Getty Images/Flickr RF

Back in November 2008 when the Observer conducted its last survey on drug use in Britain, the country and the world around had just entered a new phase that no one quite understood. Lehman Brothers had recently collapsed and suddenly the c-word that was the second-most associated with the…

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