Investigation: How ketamine became the UK’s hidden campus killer
In the last decade, ketamine has become one of the most popular drugs among students. Part of its appeal seems to be a false reputation for being comparatively safe. But the Times has uncovered never-before-seen data that paints a very dark picture of the dangers of ketamine.
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Guest: Dominic Kennedy, Investigations Editor, The Times.
Host: Luke Jones.
Clips: Wigan council, Sky News.
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