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New Study Says British People Get Drunk More Often Than Anyone Else

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New Study Says British People Get Drunk More Often Than Anyone Else

New Study Says British People Get Drunk More Often Than Anyone Else

Whether it’s wine or beer, a new study says Brits are the worst when it comes to binge drinking and getting drunk with the US, Canada and Australia trailing right behind.

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