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Alcohol Misuse Enforcement Campaign

Asked to what extent the Prime Minister thought the good news was down to the police operation and whether he wanted it to continue, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said the police operation had been designed to show the police how the new powers could be applied and to embed good practice in applying them. The figures showed the results, which, so far, seemed to be encouraging and we would like that to continue.

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  1. Reading this report after a reasonably good dinner and a several rounds of an interesting White Port, I’m very slightly confused.

    Is this a Campaign to Enforce Alcohol Misuse? If so, where do I sign up? And if the Police are responsible for enforcement, I hope they have sufficient emergency supplies of decent claret to hand out.

    Think I’ll give them a call to book an appointment…..

    Comment by Chuck Unsworth — 10 Feb 2006 on 8:16 pm | Link

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