Share your views on the new proposals to tackle drugs in the UK

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<span>Photograph: Northamptonshire Police/PA</span>
Photograph: Northamptonshire Police/PA

We would like to hear your thoughts on drug users possibly losing their passports or driving licences as a deterrent


As part of a 10-year strategy to tackle drugs in the UK, the government is set to announce that “lifestyle” users, such as wealthy professionals, of class A drugs will face losing their passports or driving licences.

We would like to hear what you think of the new proposals to deter people from drugs.

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