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'It's everywhere' - alcohol’s public face and private harm

'It's everywhere' - alcohol’s public face and private harm

"I cannot explain in words the full extent of the impact [alcohol] has had on my life."

The harm alcohol causes is everywhere, but it is often hidden. Alcohol harm does not only impact the person who is drinking, but also their family and friends, and our society as a whole.

Yet, the UK Government is not doing enough to reduce alcohol harm, protect children and support people who want to stop drinking.

The new report from the Commission on Alcohol Harm, ‘It’s everywhere’ – alcohol’s public face and private harm, highlights all the different ways how alcohol impacts ...

"I cannot explain in words the full extent of the impact [alcohol] has had on my life."

The harm alcohol causes is everywhere, but it is often hidden. Alcohol harm does not only impact the person who is drinking, but also their family and friends, and our society as a whole.

Yet, the UK Government is not doing enough to reduce alcohol harm, protect children and support people who want to stop drinking.

The new report from the Commission on Alcohol Harm, ‘It’s everywhere’ – alcohol’s public face and private harm, highlights all the different ways how alcohol impacts us all and what needs to be done to reduce alcohol harm.

Call on your MP to take action to reduce alcohol harm by sending them the new report.

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Send the report to your MP and tell them why you think it is important that they take action to end alcohol harm.

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