Blog: Chris Brook-CarterAge old question

Chris Brook-Carter | 23 September 2004

There is an interesting debate going on on the BBC's website about the possibility that a borough in London will raise the legal drinking age in the area from 18 to 21 years old, to try and curb alcohol-related crime and trouble.

The article suggests that a move like this could gain support across the UK as an answer to under-age drinking problems.

Have a look at the piece and then let us know what you think.


 

The BBC article


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