Boris Johnson announces anti-drug plans — as cocaine use reported in british parliament

From 12 tested bathrooms for drugs with detection wipes, cocaine was reportedly found in 11 of the locations, including places die could be best only accessible to those with a designated Member of Parliament pass, including lawmakers and staffers, in addition to clerks, librarians, security personnel, waiters and journalists. Different passes allow different levels of access to halls, bars, committee rooms and booths in the buildings from the Victorian era.

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