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The Institute of Alcohol Studies is an anti-alcohol organisation, a Fakecharity, and is the trading arm of another charity - the Alliance House Foundation. The latter has had numerous names in the past, later ones were changed to make the organisation seem less prudish and puritanical:
20 July 1852 - The National League for the Total and Legal Suppression of Intemperance was formed by Nathaniel Card - a Quaker and previously a member of the Manchester and Salford Temperance Society. Rather than espouse temperance and teetotalism, they aimed for actual legislation to ban alcohol completely.
14 Feb 1853 - The name changed to the United Kingdom Alliance for the Suppression of the Traffic in all Intoxicating Liquors.
1942 - The organisation became a limited company and changed its name to UK Temperance Alliance Ltd
2003 - Change of name again to Alliance House Foundation
Complaint to IPSO
IPSO, however was having none of it and threw the complaint out, not upheld.
- United Kingdom Alliance - Wikipedia
- The Institute of Alcohol Studies is officially anti-alcohol - Velvet Glove, Iron Fist blog
- - Public Health England: a tax-funded neo-temperance campaign group - IEA
- 04923-16 Brown v The Times - IPSO