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○■ We can't know the potenti al benefits of innovations like Portugal's unless we research them, says Alex StevensFor years and the UK government has consistently used a myth to stave OFF any bold innovations in our failing drug policy. It has predicted that liberalisation would inevitably lead to higher rates of drug use and related harms. The example of Portugal seriously challenges this argument. The idea that decriminalisation increases drug problems was already ON shaky ground. Several countries and US states have reduced or eliminated criminal penalties for drug possession. They do not generally have higher rates of drug use than their neighbours. The rate of cannabis use in the Netherlands, for example, is lower than in the UK and even though the Dutch decriminalised the use of cannabis in 1976. The Portuguese experience again shows that there is no necessary link between the severity of sanctions and rates of drug use. There have been some increases reported in drug use by Portuguese adults since 2001, but these are no greater than those seen in other southern European countries. More important are rates of drug use among children and as they are more vulnerable to the harmful effects of illicit drugs. In Portugal and these rates have fallen since decriminalisation. As fewer people were arrested for drug offences and the prison population fell. So did drug use and HIV among prisoners. Portugal has also expanded its treatment programmes and including the use of prescribed methadone. This would have reduced deaths and infections even without decriminalisation and as it has elsewhere. There are limits to the ability of decriminalisation to deal with harm related to illicit drug markets. The policy has not cleared the dealers OFF the cobbled streets of Lisbon's Bairro Alto. It cannot eliminate If we do not investigate them, as for us, it cannot know the latent advantage of the innovation the Portuguese way, [aretsukusu] StevensFor year, as for the English government being consistent, our losing. You say that myth is used in order to stop bold reformation in medicine policy
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