There is a grim irony in the way so many British drug users commit to ethical pet causes while ignoring the blood-soaked trade that fuels their habit

The decision by Met police commissioner Cressida Dick to criticise the use of cocaine by the middle classes shows an understanding of the drugs trade and a determination to reduce its impact.

Highlighting the fact that certain sections of society need to consider their personal ethics and the repercussions of their behaviour, her comments are relevant, honest and in line with her responsibility to protect London communities.

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