UK Labour Goverment New Drinking Law From April 2010
UK Labour Goverment are to bring out a new law which will take affect from April 2010.
Any club or pub advertising fun drinking competitions, where you drink as much as you can till you pass out will be banned. This they hope will put a stop to binge drinking and deaths.
This drinking fun game is estimated to cause 30,000 deaths in the UK alone each year costing the tax payer 55 billion a year.
At the moment you can enter drinking competitions that are constantly being advertised.
You drink as much as you can for under £10 and as fast as you can.
The only winner is the increasingly fast intake in the till that night not the drinkers liver.
The new law will also put a stop to pubs and clubs charging for tape water making this now FREE.
Many towns in the UK already have a NO Drinking Ban.
However many teenagers can clearly be seen drinking alchole whilst walking round town on hot summers night and not pulled up for it, even though what there doing is against the law.
After April 2010 any premises that sell alchole to under 18’s will be fined up to £20,000 or even jailed up to 6 months. Even though it's against the law to sell alchole to under 18’s and many shops and supermarkets advertise this clearly in there window - they still do.
UK Labour Goverment also plan to increase alchole prices once again and hope increasing by 50p will reduce deaths by 3,000 a year.
However like most addicts if they really want something bad enough they will always find a way..
The next generation are already unfit and over weight now there addicted to alchole before they have left school. Growing up in a house where one or both parents are constantly drinking they think this is also ok to do.
So who is at blame the parents or those who sell alchole to under age children?
Most towns have parks full of teenagers who sit and just drink till they pass out or end up fighting. And think nothing of drinking a bottle of cider or vodka and 15 cans.
Apparently the next generation call this ‘FUN’.
Once the alchole prices are increased as well as in supermarkets it seems us the tax payers will have to pay for the small amount who abuse the system, as there unable to stop after having a few drinks
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Tamworth, Staffordshire, United Kingdom