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Consumption of alcohol in Ireland has increased more than 40% in the last ten years, in contrast to falling sales of alcoholic beverages in most other EU countries. Anne Hope, a national alcohol advisor at the Department of Health presented the figures at a conference on alcohol policy yesterday.


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