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Tony Lloyd also called on Home Secretary Amber Rudd to visit Manchester to see for herself how police, ambulance and health services were now “really stretched” by a Spice problem that had grown far worse since the legal highs ban started.
spoke to Woods about his most extreme experiences as a drug squad cop, and why he believes politicians need to decriminalise drugs. I was working with the drug squad in Derbyshire and I was asked to have a go at crack cocaine.
In over a decade, he had completed operations in areas including Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Leeds and Brighton.
But despite his efforts, he gradually realised his work was only making the situation worse.
For 14 years, Neil Woods risked his life as a drug squad police officer posing undercover as a heroin and crack addict.
As among the first of his kind in the UK, he helped to establish tactics and training to infiltrate the most notorious and violent drug gangs across the country.
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The “zombie plague” of Spice users blighting UK cities has been caused by factors that were “utterly predictable” and exactly what critics of the legal highs ban warned about, the former drugs tsar has told Professor David Nutt said scenes in Manchester and other cities, with Spice users likened in media reports to “walking zombies”, were proof that the ban introduced nearly a year ago was not working.