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More Brits say no to booze

MORE than a third of people in the UK do not plan to drink alcohol this Christmas.

Nearly a quarter say they are drinking less now compared to this time last year, while four in ten people aged between 18 and 34 say they are teetotal, according to a survey carried out by price comparison website Forbes Advisor.

The survey concluded that the number of Britons turning away from booze was on the rise, driven by concerns about health as well as saving money.





dmg media (UK)