A study has stated that millions of working people in England are going to work with drugs in their system.
According to a drug-testing firm, narcotics were taken by about one in 30 employees who were tested at work last year. The most commonly used drugs found were cocaine, cannabis and opiates.
From 2007, the use of drugs among employees was up 43 per cent rising to 3.23 per cent of the workforce last year.
Earlier in 2012, it was stated by the country's most senior police officer that to stem UK's cocaine trade, drug-testing middle-class professionals should help.