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The Chief Executive of the Scottish Drugs Forum David Liddell says it is time to embrace radical change in our approach to our drug problem (Image: Daily Record)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDavid Liddell believes there is now a political consensus in Scotland for decriminalising drug possession.The chief executive of the Scottish Drugs Forum has dedicated his life to reducing the harms inflicted by drugs on Scottish society.Liddell won respect for helping implement needle exchanges and methadone programmes at a time when Scotland was in the midst of a heroin and HIV crisis in the 80s.But he has witnessed a disastrous breakdown in process between research, policy and treatment in Scotland in the last 10 years plunging our nation into a mire where more people die from drugs than in any other country in the EU.The views expressed in the Record today reflect a frustration over barriers he believes Scotland facesto taking truly radical steps to stem the growing tide of deaths, which are set to top 1000 this year for the first time ever.Liddell has held the view for years that drugs should be treated as a health issue, rather than a crime issue. He believes stigma is indirectly killing people with negative views towards addicts blocking initiatives that could turn their lives around.Here, Liddell argues that the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act is outdated and must be overhauled.He believes that decriminalising possession of all drugs and bringing in drug consumption rooms for addicts will make a difference.And he believes Police Scotland should be instructed to use warnings for minor possession offences, rather than burden individuals and the state with an administrative process and criminal recordto follow.Liddell asks why 60 per cent of people in England with a drug problem are in treatment while the figure in Scotland is 40 per cent. He also questions why Scots suffer longer waiting times for prescriptions that might save their lives.Liddell seeks answers on how Scotland makes little use of the opiate replacement buprenorphine, despite many studies suggesting it could offer benefits over methadone for long term patients.The drug situation in Scotland is now a national concern.