A new “treatment levy” should be imposed on alcohol duties to help deal with the harm caused by heavy drinking, MPs and health groups have said.
A large proportion of youngsters are shunning alcohol completely, a new study suggests.
Traders have warned that limiting the number of off-sales outlets in parts of Fife in a bid to tackle alcohol-related harm would hamper investment.
A bartender who has honed his craft for sugar-free cocktails says he is on a mission to make bars more inclusive.
Licensing chiefs are demanding answers after the Scottish Government admitted it was aware of errors in legal papers sent to trade bodies.
The minimum unit price of alcohol in Wales could be set at 50p by next year, the country’s health secretary has announced.
Cancer warning labels will be included on alcohol products in Ireland once new drink laws are introduced, the health minister has confirmed.
Teenage drinking has declined more dramatically in England than many other European countries, new research shows.
Teenage drinking in Scotland has dropped dramatically in recent years, research has shown.
Teenage drinking in Scotland has declined dramatically over the past decade, according to new research led by St Andrews University.