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Lashmar, Paul (2007) Victory to the traffickers Britain's drugs debâcle; heroin and cocaine prices on the street are at record lows as seizures plummet; the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) was to be Tony Blair’s FBI, and it took over as the lead agency in the battle against ever more sophisticated drug cartels last year. Unpublished figures demonstrate that - so far - it is losing. Paul Lashmar investigates. Independent on Sunday. p. 8.