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The proportion of people saying they drank heavily or frequently fell between 2007 and 2011, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest.

The change in attitudes to alcohol came after significant public health concerns were raised over increasing consumption by women in the mid-2000s.

The figures for the apparent drop in alcohol use in England, Wales and Scotland

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The UK has been a nation of binge drinkers for hundreds of years.

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Maybe they are spending more time on computers.

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It is too cold that is why. Even for the chav scum that drink on street corners. Plus the recession, a night out can cost a fortune.

I think smoking has dropped though, especially since the ban of smoking inside certain places.

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The UK has been a nation of binge drinkers for hundreds of years.

I'll drink to that. (Y)

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The UK has been a nation of binge drinkers for hundreds of years.

Aren't we all?

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