Almost 2,000 north easterners have backed the region’s frontline staff by telling Government they’ve had enough of the problems caused by alcohol misuse.
A professional body representing hundreds of pubs in the North East has backed a campaign calling on Government to put an end to cheap supermarket alcohol.
Frontline staff across the North East have joined forces to let the region know they have had enough of the problems caused by alcohol misuse.
Colin Shevills, Director of Balance, said: “We welcome David Cameron’s support for ending deep discounting on alcohol and pre-loading caused by cheap alcohol sold by supermarkets.
Dave Hogg, crime and disorder programmes manager at Balance, said: “Alcohol misuse is having a devastating effect on many of our communities and families and the lives of professional...
Dave Hogg, crime and disorder programmes manager at Balance, the North East alcohol office, said: “We welcome the Government's decision to consult the country on the way alcohol is...
Colin Shevills, Director of Balance, the North East Alcohol Office, said: “It is extremely encouraging that the number of young people choosing not to drink has once again increased....
Dave Hogg, crime and disorder programme manager of Balance, said: “We welcome the news today by the Home Office that they are proposing to increase the powers for local councils.
Colin Shevills, director of Balance, explained: “While we recognise that some 16 and 17-year-olds will drink, the medical advice is that an alcohol free childhood is best for your child’s...
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