Needle exchange boots
The ending of a needle exchange service at Boots' main Belfast branch will be "a loss to the city", campaigners say. The pharmacy giant is withdrawing the service from 1 November, blaming fears for staff safety after anti-social behaviour by users of the service.
The programme has been in place for the past decade and has been used by thousands of injecting drug addicts who handed in used needles, which were safely disposed of, and received new ones. The pharmacy giant has confirmed the service will stop on November 1 but will continue in seven other Boots stores across the north.
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