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Baby Boomers are Keeping Booze Britain Afloat – But The Young are Drinking Less

By Emily Nicholls, University of Portsmouth

It looks like sobriety is having a moment in the spotlight, with drinking rates around the world on the decline – particularly among young people. In the UK, the amount of alcohol consumed per person actually peaked in the mid-2000s and seems to have been decreasing ever since. But is this the case for everyone?...

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