Substance abuse | Cocaine discovery in Parliament puts spotlight on HR drugs policies

Cocaine discovery in Parliament puts spotlight on HR drugs policies

Reports that traces of cocaine have been found in nearly a dozen locations inside the Houses of Parliament has put the issue of workplace drug abuse, and the policies surrounding it, firmly back in the spotlight.

A Sunday Times investigation has found evidence of cocaine in 11 out of 12 lavatory locations tested in the building, it was reported this week.

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