Addiction expert says Brits are hooked on opioids and doctors are their pushers after tragic death of Louis Tomlinson’s sister Félicité

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IN the same week an inquest confirmed the death of Louis Tomlinson’s sister Félicité was the result of an accidental overdose of drugs including opioids, Public Health England confirmed one in eight adults take the highly addictive painkillers. Here, addiction specialist Dr Robert Lefever, sums u...

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