February 2012
(Wild Pictures for BBC)

With nearly 9,000 people dying from alcohol-related diseases every year and medical experts describing it as a health crisis, Alastair Campbell, whose own drink-related problems have been well-documented, meets some of the increasing number of Britain’s middle-class professionals for whom one glass of wine after work is never enough. The former Labour Party communications chief asks whether the nation needs to reassess its relationship with the bottle

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