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Published on Mar 27, 2010
Dr Clive Froggatt, Margaret Thatcher's advisor on NHS reform and a former secret heroin addict, was forced to resign from his advisory role when he was discovered faking prescriptions to feed his habit. He argues, from a very personal perspective, that the Government must prescribe heroin if it is to stand any chance of beating the drugs problem that costs this country billions of pounds every year.
Further reading on alternatives to the failed war on drugs can be found at the Transform Drug Policy Foundation website - http://tdpf.org.uk/