Are UK drug consumption rooms likely?

The Home Office's own evidence showed that if you want to cut drug deaths, local DCRs can help
BBC News (UK)
Thursday, October 12, 2017

Drug Consumption Room in GreeceWhat does the Home Office really think about drug consumption rooms - safe and supervised places where addicts can inject or inhale illicit substances without fear of prosecution? DCRs are used in other countries to reduce the risk of chronic drug users dying from an overdose or an infection. But the idea of creating spaces where illicit drugs are effectively decriminalised goes against the government's long maintained line that illegal drugs are dangerous, and those who possess them should be prosecuted. National government will not fund or provide drug consumption rooms (too politically risky), but if local health and police chiefs think they were a valuable tool, they could consider them.