Druglink interview 2011 – Party politics by Harry Shapiro

Maryon Stewart could never have foreseen she would become embroiled in the future of British drug policy. And neither would she have chosen it. One Sunday lunchtime, in April
2009, she received a knock on the door. A police officer told her that her 21-year old daughter, Hester, had died after taking the liquid solvent drug GBL.

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