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Mututho Counterpart in Finland Stirs Protest With ‘Lenient’ Alcohol Policy

A number of night clubs around the country observed a minute’s silence on Sunday protesting the alcohol policy. The club authorities observed the silence simultaneously in the bars and discos at 2am. Organisers claimed that the alcohol policy was a threat to the restaurant and brewery industries as well as an impediment to the work […]

Alcoholics are being paid in beer to clean the streets of Amsterdam as part of a project partly funded by the Dutch government – the organisers think other countries should abandon “old-fashioned political correctness” and adopt the same approach. Rene scours the streets, grasping at discarded wrappers. His movements are fuelled by a tangible pride. […]

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This is the incredible moment a drunk man was just seconds from death after lying down in the middle of a British road. A quick-thinking bus driver on the Isle of Wight – off the southern coast of England – managed to stop his vehicle just in time. The footage – taken from the front […]

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Authorities in one part of France are to employ a new tactic to tackle the scourge of drink-driving on New Year’s Eve, and it may be popular with motorists. It comes as a survey suggests there is a risk many motorists will drive home over the limit. Authorities in France have long been trying to […]

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In Kenya, depending on whom you ask, John Mututho is either a hero or a villain, but in a country consuming ever more alcohol, he is certainly a household name. In 2010, Mututho won a battle with the beverage industry to implement Kenya’s first alcohol control act. It is known as “the Mututho law,” and honors […]

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