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County lines: the dark realities of life for teenage drug runners

‘County lines’ drug dealing is a growing problem in the UK’s small towns. However, it’s also creating a hierarchy of exploitation – with its teenage drug dealers themselves near the bottom. Grace Robinson of Edge Hill University; James Densley of Metropolitan State University, and Robert McLean of Northumbria University explain the ‘indentured labour’ of the drugs trade.

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