The Washington Post: Reports of ‘needle spiking’ in Britain drive young women, students to boycott bars

In the U.K., students are leading the Night In protest to urge bar and club staff to receive better training to reduce incidents of contaminating drinks and “needle spiking”, where someone is injected with drugs without their knowledge. Police reports show that in the past two months, there has been 56 reports of people, mostly young women, being spiked by injection. Read the full article by The Washington Post here.

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