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Ban on legal highs could mean prison for traders

An Oban court case heard last week that the West Coast is ‘awash with drugs’ but the police and other agencies are joining forces with new initiatives to tackle the problem

SO-CALLED legal highs have been banned across the UK following more than 100 deaths.

The blanket ban, which began on Thursday last week, means the production, distribution, sale and supply of what are otherwise known as new psychoactive substances (NPS) will be criminal offences.

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