News Rob Ford was stripped of most of his remaining powers

The lawsuit, which was filed on Wednesday by Scott MacIntyre, alleges that the politician was behind an assault in a Toronto jail in March 2012

Revealed: The cure for hangovers (sadly it's called middle age)

New research shows that the after affects of drinking get better with age, not worse

Labour says the forces should boost in-service training so personnel have more skills when they leave

Labour to offer jobs and care for those leaving armed forces

Labour will today announce plans to improve the lives of servicemen and women when they leave the forces after research found that they cost the state more than £100m a year.

Sara Barton runs the Brewster's Brewing Company in Grantham

Return of the 'brewsters': New beer drinking 'sisterhood' helping to stimulate thriving real ale market

Women are rising through the ranks at some of Britain's biggest breweries as well as opening new ones

Paul Scharner of Wigan Athletic celebrates winning the FA Cup, sponsored by Budweiser, after a 1-0 win over Manchester City at Wembley in May

Here for the beer? How football fans are drenched in adverts for drink

Study finds that average televised match has 111 visual references to alcohol per hour

Matthew Cordle confesses in a video posted online that he's to blame for a wrong-way car crash

Drink driver confesses on website that he killed man

A motorist has confessed in a video posted online that he’s to blame for a wrong-way car crash after a night of heavy drinking. One man was killed in the crash and the driver says he’s willing to take “full responsibility”.

One in eight children aged 10 to 12 have seen pictures on social media of their friends drunk

Charity Drinkaware calls for parents to speak to even young children about the risks of alcohol consumption

Grandmother charged with murder after allegedly rubbing methadone on child's gums

Baltimore police say she administered the powerful drug to both of her grandchildren

Drink-drive deaths soar by 25 per cent after decades of decline

An estimated 290 people were killed in drink-drive accidents in Britain in 2012

The 'Llullaillaco Maiden' mummy was found in 1999 in what is now north-west Argentina

Drugs and alcohol in child victim reveal sacrificial secrets of the Incas

Analysis of mummy's hair by UK team shows teenage girl was given coca and alcohol before ritualistic death

Boozy Brits abroad: What happens in Kavos should stay in Kavos

The drunken antics of Brits abroad are appalling – and we’re only encouraging them

Lynton Crosby, the Conservatives’ election strategist

After cigarette packs and alcohol prices, David Cameron now faces questions about Lynton Crosby and fracking

Prime Minister is under pressure over his strategist’s potential conflict of interest

Government shelves plans for minimum pricing on alcohol

After cigarette packaging climbdown, Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne says there is not enough 'concrete evidence' to implement minimum pricing - but bans prices lower than VAT

Ray Wilkins: Former England and Chelsea footballer was 'too drunk to stand' when pulled over for driving erratically, court hears

Mr Wilkins also unleashed a foul-mouthed tirade when he was revealed to be three times over the legal drink-driving limit, the court heard

(Top row) Akhtar Dogar, Anjum Dogar, Kamar Jamil; (Bottom row) Assad Hussain, Bassam Karrar, Mohammed Karrar and Zeeshan Ahmed

Oxford grooming gang jailed: Dogar and Karrar brothers get life for abuse and rape of young girls

The men, aged between 27 and 38, were found guilty of eight years of offending

It is time to stop violence against children

Violence against women and sexual abuse are rightly highlighted. But where is the anger over violence against children?

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