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The Home Office does not hold data on the number of ferry passengers entering the UK each year who are found in possession of a class A drug; only the number of seizures that occur and the quantity seized are recorded. National quarterly drug seizures are reported on the UK Border Agency website, please see following link:
Passengers in possession of Class A drugs are normally arrested. It is then a matter for the courts to decide the appropriate penalty upon conviction. We do not hold data on penalties issued by the courts to individuals.