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Press campaign to make the drug mephedrone illegal.
The drug, commonly known as bubbles, meow, meow or M-CAT, cost as little as £3 a dose, and was becoming increasingly popular among young people in North and East Yorkshire, but its effects were devastating.
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THE Press campaign made a “significant contribution” to raising awareness about the drug and changing the law, according to the head of the East Yorkshire school where a teenager collapsed after taking the drug.
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GORDON Brown has given his strongest hint yet that The Press will win its campaign to have the danger drug mephedrone banned after the Prime Minister is handed a crucial report from advisors on Monday.
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