UK: WSTA voices concern over rise in alcohol deaths

By James Wilmore | 31 May 2012

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has admitted a reported rise in UK alcohol-related deaths is "concerning", but welcomed a review of how hospital admissions involving drink are calculated.

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The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has admitted a reported rise in UK alcohol-related deaths is "concerning", but welcomed a review of how hospital admissions involving drink are calculated.

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