Glasgow 'fix rooms' plan set for green light
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'Fix rooms' plan for Glasgow drug addicts set for green light

A controversial plan to set up the UK's first so-called "fix rooms" to allow drug addicts to inject safely under supervision in Glasgow is likely to get the go-ahead.

Members of the health board, the city council and police are expected to agree the idea in principle.

The move aims to address the problems caused by an estimated 500 or so users who inject on Glasgow's streets.

  • 31 Oct 2016