The United Kingdom has the world market share of heroin and is by far the largest importer of the narcotic.
But the UK’s dominance has not been as strong as other countries in recent years.
In 2015, for instance, Norway was the biggest heroin importer.
And according to the World Health Organization, the United States is the biggest market for heroin, followed by Australia and Germany.
But in 2016, the UK surpassed all three.
According to the UK Office for National Statistics, there were 1,851,817 people who used heroin in the UK in 2016.
In the United Arab Emirates, where heroin is more popular, there are nearly 9,000,000 heroin users, according to data from the Ministry of Health.
But some of the heroin users in Britain are not heroin users.
In 2016, there was just under 1,000 deaths related to heroin overdoses in the United Kingdom, according the National Crime Agency.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said that heroin addiction is a serious problem in the country, but she has been careful not to talk about the number of heroin deaths in the general population.
“We have no data on the number and type of heroin use in this country,” May said.
“It is a growing problem.”
There have been some improvements in recent times.
A survey by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at University College London found that people were more likely to be injecting heroin in 2016 than in 2014, though the difference was small.
There were more than 10,000 opioid prescriptions in the U.K. in 2016 compared to 9,814 in 2014.
The number of people with opioid addiction has been rising for years.
A report published last year by the Royal College of Psychiatrists found that opioid abuse is on the rise, with more people in the adult population and young people suffering from the addiction.
The report also found that in 2016 there were 8,000 overdose deaths among people aged between 20 and 24.
“A new generation of drug users has been exposed to heroin and other opioids and they have become addicted,” said Dr. Chris Wood, a lecturer in social work at the University of Sussex, who is also a researcher with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Opioid Addiction.
“There are a lot of risks, from the very start.
There are so many risks for the users, and so many people will suffer from it.
There’s no good reason why this drug should be available to everyone.”
It’s not just young people that are vulnerable.
There is evidence that the opioid painkiller fentanyl, which is made by the Chinese company Opium Group, is also becoming a more popular opioid among British users.
A study published last fall in the journal BMC Psychiatry found that there were more opioid prescriptions for painkillers in the Netherlands and Portugal in 2016 (8,400 and 7,500, respectively) than in the rest of Europe.
But a number of countries have had the hardest time addressing the opioid crisis, including the United states.
In December, the Department of Health and Human Services reported that it had spent nearly $10 billion on opioid overdose prevention and treatment in 2016 and 2017.
More than 20 states have also passed legislation that will allow doctors to prescribe opioids to patients with a prescription.
While the U:H:S.
report highlighted the importance of making opioid use less stigmatizing and promoting safe and appropriate opioid use, it also highlighted the need to increase research funding for heroin and opioid treatment.
It recommended that the U.:H:M.M.S. grant be extended for a total of four years to support research into the drug, including studies of the drug’s effect on the brain and how it impacts on people’s lives.
The U.S.’s $2.9 billion funding for opioid addiction treatment last year was the largest ever for such a program.
But many experts worry that funding is only part of the equation.
The United States has the highest rate of opioid use in the world, but it is also the only country in the European Union that does not have a national overdose prevention plan.
There have also been concerns about the opioid addiction epidemic and its impact on the economy.
While many people think that heroin and painkillers are cheap, many addicts do not have access to the expensive and often dangerous drugs.
And many people who use drugs get hooked on them for a long time.
“When you’re looking at the price of a heroin or painkiller, you can’t ignore the long-term effects,” Wood said.
But he said that the government could also be helping addicts, particularly those who are younger, by offering financial assistance.
Wood and other experts said that while many countries have been able to address the opioid epidemic through policies that have helped people transition from addiction, they do not always have the resources to do so.
“The problem is there are still people who are dependent on opioids,” Wood added.
“They’re not as dependent as they should be.”
The UK’s government also has been trying to