Correspondence

Letters to music festival organisers in 2013 from Jeremy Browne

Letters from minister highlight concerns about 'legal highs' (new psychoactive substances), illegal drugs and gases (such as nitrous oxide).

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Letters to music festival organisers in 2013

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Letters to music festival organisers in 2013 - to new festivals

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Letters from Minister for Crime Prevention to music festival organisers draw attention to the availability of ‘legal highs’, established illegal drugs (such as cannabis and amphetamines) and gases (such as nitorus oxide).

The second letter, sent to music festivals new to the circuit in 2013, contains a link to the annual review of the drug strategy, and the action plan.

Published 23 May 2013