The long reaction against the wowser: The prehistory of alcohol deregulation in Australia
- DE-NORMALISATION DEMANDS. // Australian Hotelier;Oct2012, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p13
In this article, the author informs that extreme alcohol groups are demanding the need of de-normalisation of alcohol by the government of Australia and highlights that this process has been rejected by public opinion.
- MY VIEW: MARTIN MORAN. Moran, Martin // Harpers Wine & Spirit;11/16/2012, Issue 94, p24
The article presents the author's views on the performance of the wine industry in Ireland, who says that wine is considered as more of a luxury item in Ireland because of higher taxes, and one big challenge for the Irish drinks industry is government policy for reducing alcohol abuse.
- BMA calls for minimum price for alcohol throughout UK. // GP: General Practitioner;9/10/2010, p4
Thye article reports that the British Medical Association (BMA) has been supporting Scottish government's move of minimum unit pricing for alcohol. It informs that BMA is pleading other Great Britain's government to follow the same action. Brian Keighley, chairman of BMA in Scotland said that 50...
- EDITOR'S COMMENT. Shrimpton, David // Independent Retail News;2/8/2013, p5
The author reflects on the retail trade guidelines from the government of Great Britain for local authorities on test purchasing and other practices surrounding the prevention of under-age sales.
- Kent seeks help for youth plans. // PRWeek (London);5/2/2008, p6
The article reports that the Kent County Council in England is looking for an agency which will help launch a three-year campaign against drug and alcohol abuse, smoking and risking of sexual health among the youth. Kent County demands that the campaign should be able to establish that there are...
- Tackling alcohol misuse in the UK. Babor, Thomas F. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);3/1/2008, Vol. 336 Issue 7642, p455
The author reflects on a report on Great Britain's proposed plans to reduce alcohol abuse. He suggests that the plans offer effective ways to deal with hazardous and harmful drinkers in the country. He argues that the report shows that effective alcohol policies are available, tested and ready...
- Enforcing Prohibition. // America;7/7/1928, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p295
The article focuses on the increase in political expediency due to the enforcement of the Federal Prohibition in January 1920 for great moral experiment in the U.S. It notes the gruesome evidences of the varieties of crimes that are committed by the Prohibition agents. Enforcers of the law and...
- Targeted alcohol resource. // Community Practitioner;Dec2008, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p8
The article reports on the launch of a new Alcohol Improvement Programme made by Department of Health in England. It states that the programme aims to provide support for healthcare professionals intervene with people that are at risk in the 20 areas of England affected by alcohol misuse....
- Role models' foolishness is a sobering thought. Chandiramani, Ravi // Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;2/27/2008, p17
The author reflects on the alarming condition of excessive drinking of alcohol by young people in Great Britain. He mentions the efforts of the British Medical Association and the government's Youth Alcohol Action plan to deter youth purchases of alcohol. The author states that high profile...