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Drugs

A record number of people were killed by drugs in England and Wales last year.

Official figures on poisoning show there were more than 3,700 deaths - two percent more than in 2015.

More than half of all deaths involved an opiate like heroin or morphine.

Surrey and Hampshire have both seen increases in deaths related to the mis-use of drugs between 2001 and 2016.

Here you can see how our counties compare to the rest of the country - and how drug deaths have evolved in your borough in the last 15 years. 

Click on the chart you would like to see:

Borough Comparisons 2001-2016 - Local compared to National - Surrey 2001-2016 - Hampshire 2001-2016 - East Hampshire - Elmbridge - Epsom and Ewell - Guildford - Hart - Mole Valley - Reigate and Banstead - Runnymede - Rushmoor - Spelthorne - Surrey Heath - Tandridge - Waverley - Woking

Drug deaths borough comparison

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Drug deaths county percents

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Drug deaths Surrey comparison

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drig deaths Hampshire comparison

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Drug deaths East Hampshire

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drug deaths Elmbridge

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drug deaths Epsom and Ewell

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drug deaths Guildford

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drug deaths Hart

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drug deaths Mole Valley

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drug deaths Reigate and Banstead

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drug deaths Runnymede

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drug deaths Rushmoor

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drug deaths Spelthorne

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drug deaths Surrey Heath

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drug deaths Tandridge

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drug deaths Waverley

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drug deaths Woking

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All figures provided by the Office for National Statistics