Calls made by health professionals to label alcohol with its calorie content “miss the point rather spectacularly”, according to a body which represents British advertisers.
“Urgent action” is needed to tackle rising levels of alcohol abuse within the UK’s armed forces, according to a House of Commons report published today.
George Washington loved beer while Nixon hid his expensive wine from guests while serving cheap plonk, according to a new book on alcohol in US politics.
Featuring hip, horror-themed cocktails, pig’s blood and chicken bone, we round up a collection of drinks suited to conjuring up a night of frightful imbibing this Halloween.
Drivers in Scotland will have to adhere to tougher rules on drink driving this festive season with the country’s blood alcohol limits set to be slashed.
Far from impairing your memory, drinking moderate amounts of alcohol in later life could actually help improve it.
Three people have been arrested in relation to a £80 million alcohol fraud after a series of dawn raids by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) officers.
New French legislation could see those who promote or incentivise binge drinking amongst youngsters face heavy fines and even a year in prison.
The Irish drinks industry has responded favourably to the government’s decision to freeze alcohol duty under the new budget but some say it could have gone further.
While the number of people being admitted to hospital in England due to alcohol has fallen, treating alcohol-related illnesses is still costing the NHS £2.8 billion a year.
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