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This Order adds to Part I of Schedule 2 to the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (which specifies the Class A drugs which are subject to control under the Act) Carfentanil and Lofentanil and two classes of compounds, namely, certain fentanyl derivatives and certain pethidine derivatives (other than members of those classes which are already controlled).
The Order also adds to Part III of that Schedule (which specifies the Class C drugs which are subject to such control) Cathine (except the phenylpropanolamine stereoisomers), Cathinone, Fencamfamin, Fenethylline, Fenproporex, Mefenorex, Propylhexedrine, Pyrovalerone and N-Ethylamphetamine.
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