1. English addiction services on brink as number of higher-risk drinkers doubles  The Guardian
  2. 'Soaring alcohol misuse' could overwhelm service  BBC News
  3. Number of Brits drinking at high risk levels has DOUBLED to 8.5million since February  Daily Mail
  4. Call for funding boost after problem drinking almost doubles since start of lockdown  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Coronavirus: Number of high-risk drinkers has 'doubled since lockdown' as millions more turn to alcohol  Sky News
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Services in desperate need of a funding boost to stop lives being lost to addiction, Royal College of Psychiatrists sayServices in desperate need of a funding boost to stop lives being lost to addiction, Royal College of Psychiatrists say

English addiction services on brink as number of higher-risk drinkers doubles | Alcohol | The Guardian

People are drinking more during the pandemic and addiction services may not cope, experts warn.People are drinking more during the pandemic and addiction services may not cope, experts warn.

'Soaring alcohol misuse' could overwhelm service - BBC News

The Royal College of Psychiatrists analysed the latest data from Public Health England (PHE) on the indirect effects of Covid-19.The Royal College of Psychiatrists analysed the latest data from Public Health England (PHE) on the indirect effects of Covid-19.

Number of Brits drinking at high risk levels has DOUBLED to 8.5million since February  | Daily Mail Online

Report urges Government to reverse cuts and help local authorities work towards investing £374 million into adult services Report urges Government to reverse cuts and help local authorities work towards investing £374 million into adult services

Call for funding boost after problem drinking almost doubles since start of lockdown

A new study by The Royal College of Psychiatrists sees Public Health England numbers crunched to reveal 8.5 million extra Brits are turning to high risk levels of drinking since February A new study by The Royal College of Psychiatrists sees Public Health England numbers crunched to reveal 8.5 million extra Brits are turning to high risk levels of drinking since February

UK faces 'looming addiction crisis' as lockdown sees high risk drinking double - Mirror Online

An estimated 8.4 million people drank "high-risk" amounts of alcohol in June, compared to 4.8 million people four months earlier.An estimated 8.4 million people drank "high-risk" amounts of alcohol in June, compared to 4.8 million people four months earlier.

Coronavirus: Number of high-risk drinkers has 'doubled since lockdown' as millions more turn to alcohol | UK News | Sky News