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Confessions from the City: why firms are failing to tackle the cocaine crisis

Workers in London’s financial district share their experiences of a rampant drugs culture The week before Christmas, and a party at one sales firm in the City of London turned out to be “somewhat eventful”. Two members of staff were ejected – in full view of their colleagues and the directors – after being caught snorting lines of cocaine in a toilet cubicle. Looking back, a senior employee recalls his surprise days later when the same directors made it known that nothing would be said to those involved, let alone any action taken.
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