By TOM NEWTON DUNN
THE Royal Navy is being forced to stop drug-busting for nine months of the year because of cutbacks.
Recent raids have prevented cocaine worth more than Â£Â½billion from reaching British and American streets.
But after seven frigates and destroyers were axed, admirals have decided they can no longer spare a full-time presence in the US-led Caribbean operation.
From now on Britain will have a warship in the area for just three months annually, during the July to September hurricane season.
Source That 'Newspaper'