Strict regulations are needed to control the availability of booze in England and Wales. Currently, there is no system is in the hands of authorities concerned by which they can exercise control over alcohol suppliers.
Alcohol Concern Cymru has established a direct link of alcohol availability with alcohol related harms. They have even taken out a report with a name 'Full to the brim?' in which they were of the view that easy access to alcohol will surely boost alcohol related incidents. So, there is no second option, but to set up such policies which refrain people from having alcohol.
Mark Leyshon, who is spokesman of the charity opined, "It's well-established that two of the key ways to reduce alcohol related harm are increasing the price of alcohol and restricting its physical availability".
Both the measures will surely bring a decline in the alcohol related incidents. In addition, change in licensing policies is also needed. This suggestion came into mind when reasons for increase alcohol incidents were explored.
Relaxation in alcohol related licensing laws has caused problems for both the areas. Alcohol accessibility in night is also a cause of alcohol incidents, which cannot be ignored. The report retrieved from England and Wales's hospitals have presented shocking news that 14% emergency admissions are alcohol issues related.
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