Organisers seek different venue after police raise fears of disorder
But scientists stress drinking alcohol remains a potentially harmful activity
TV advert showing party on a ship attracted complaints for implying a social occasion's success depends on alcohol
Following several alleged incidents of airline pilots drinking on duty, Simon Calder looks into the prevalence and the risks involved
The campaign group points to scientific studies that show moderate drinking can protective against health problems including cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline and certain forms of cancer
Passengers aboard Jet2.com flights will have to wait until 8am before the on-board bar opens
Our travel correspondent outlines the key issues on alcohol and air rage
Figures show at least 442 people were arrested in the two years to March 2016 on suspicion of being drunk on a plane or at an airport
Just 38 per cent of modern-day teenagers have drunk alcohol, compared to 62 per cent in 1988
App comes shortly after ONS figures show student suicides rates across England and Wales have soared to their highest-ever level
Sales of alcohol are high, despite conservative nature of Islamic city-state
Lawmakers are getting into high 'spirits'
A new study says the spike in mortality rates looks similar to that during ‘the height of the AIDS epidemic’
Alcohol: why do we drink it? People have been consuming alcohol for at least 10,000 years. And when drinking water was rather risky, alcohol seemed a much safer bet. Amaldus of Villanova, a 14th-century monk, even wrote that alcohol “prolongs life, clears away ill humors, revives the heart and maintains youth”.
The rate of poisoning in boys and young men less than half of that in girls and young women.
Siblings from New Zealand died in their sleep after drinking small amount and cause of death remained a mystery to scientists