The all-out attack on alcohol is throwing up some fascinating exercises in desperation.
Answer to booze problems may lie in cannabis
Amanda [Reiman, University of California, Berkeley] said: "Substituting cannabis for alcohol has been described as a radical alcohol treatment protocol. This approach could be used to address heavy alcohol use in the British Isles - people might substitute cannabis, a potentially safer drug than alcohol with less negative side-effects, if it were socially acceptable and available".
I think we need to hear Don 'rent-a-gob' Shenker and Lardy Liam's view on this.
Don? Lardarse? Where are you?