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Boozy Brits get drunk more often than people anywhere else in the world

Daily Record Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Boozy Brits get drunk more often than people anywhere else in the worldA global study found the UK led the way in the drunkenness stakes with the US, Canada and Australia closely behind.
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