1. Drugs before sex more common in UK than in Europe or US – study  The Guardian
  2. Britons most likely to combine sex and drugs, study shows  The Independent
  3. Messages highlighting dangers of drug use during sex need to target wider audience  thejournal.ie
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The Global Drug Survey - of 22,000 people around the world - found that overall Britons were around 67 per cent more likely to have sex while on cocaine than people in the Eurozone countries.The Global Drug Survey - of 22,000 people around the world - found that overall Britons were around 67 per cent more likely to have sex while on cocaine than people in the Eurozone countries.

People in the UK are more likely to have sex while taking illegal recreational drugs | Daily Mail Online

People in Britain are more likely to combine drugs and sex than any other Western nation, according to the largest investigation to date on intercourse under the influence. The study drawn is drawn from 22,000 responses to the Global Drugs Survey and is the first to take look in such detail at sexual preferences across different groups.People in Britain are more likely to combine drugs and sex than any other Western nation, according to the largest investigation to date on intercourse under the influence. The study drawn is drawn

Britons most likely to combine sex and drugs, study shows | The Independent

Researchers say the messages should not only focus on gay and bisexual men.Researchers say the messages should not only focus on gay and bisexual men.

Messages highlighting dangers of drug use during sex need to target wider audience