Drugs misuse

All Commons Briefing Papers
11 Documents
DateDescription
09.11.2016Drug seizures and offending: Social Indicators page
A summary of statistics on drug use, drug seizures and drug offences.
13.07.2016Sources of Statistics: Vital Statistics (Population, Demography and Health)
This introductory guide provides sources of statistics on Vital Statistics (population, demography and health).
13.07.2016Sources of Statistics: Health
This introductory guide provides sources of statistics on UK public health services.
15.10.2015The Psychoactive Substances Bill 2015
This briefing paper is prepared for the Second Reading of the Psychoactive Substances Bill on 19 October 2015.
04.06.2015New Psychoactive Substances
This briefing paper has been withdrawn. It has been replaced by the Library briefing on the Psychoactive Substance Bill 2015.
24.03.2011Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill Committee Stage Report [Bill 151 of 2010-11]
During the Committee stage, several Government amendments were made to the provisions on police reform. Some (for example, on police complaints, police and crime plans and disqualifying people convicted of imprisonable offences from becoming or being police and crime commissioners) were on matters of substance. By contrast, there were only minor amendments to the provisions of the misuse of drugs and no substantive amendments to the parts of the Bill covering licensing, protests in Parliament Square or universal jurisdiction.
24.11.2005The Health Bill (excluding Part 1) Bill 69 of 2005-06
23.02.2005Drugs (Sentencing and Commission of Inquiry) Bill (Bill 21 of 2004/05)
The Drugs (Sentencing and Commission of Inquiry) Bill. (Bill 21 of 2004/05). House of Commons Library Research Paper 05/16.
13.01.2005Drugs Bill (Bill 17 of 2004/05)
The Drugs Bill (Bill 17 of 2004/05). House of Commons Library Research Paper 05/07.
03.08.2000Cannabis
Cannabis. House of Commons Library Reasearch Paper 00/74.
27.03.2000Criminal Justice and Court Services Bill: drug testing (Bill 91 1999/2000)
Criminal Justice and Court Services Bill: drug testing (Bill 91 of 1999/2000). House of Commons Library Research Paper 00/37.