Blog: Chris MercerSHOCK - Britons' Christmas booze bonanza

Chris Mercer | 11 March 2010

Incredibly, it has been revealed that adults in the UK regularly drank more alcohol than is officially good for them during the Christmas period.

If just-drinks had a printing press, consider it halted.

Ground-breaking research from the Drinkaware charity today shows that Britons' regularly exceeded daily intake guidelines for alcohol during December.

Still, with record visitors to the Drinkaware website, at least they knew what they were getting into.

Chris M, deputy ed.


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