Over the Limit: The Truth about Families and Alcohol is a report by the fake-charity 4children(#288285) (of £12.8M income in the year ending 2011, over £9.5M came from the tax-payer in the form of grants from councils.)
Ignoring the self-selecting nature of any free-for-all survey on the internet - especially on netmums - and considering only 176 people took part:
85% of people shouldn't be concerned with how others live their lives apparently.
If they're that worried, then they should do something about it. Themselves. Rather than expecting others, especially The Government, to do it for them.
... in their opinion. Presumably this is a subset of the 85% of busybodies mentioned above.
Marginally more reasonable than something from netmums, with a sample size of 575...
No breakdown of what drugs were consumed. Non-prescription Temazepam? Cannabis? Crack cocaine or crystal meth?
So that's a little irrelevant then.
And so on, and so on, with the vast majority of the conclusions coming from the Comres survey. They do, however, conveniently pull the
number from Adamson & Templeton (2012) - a report seemingly based on nothing but guesswork.
- 4children Year ending 31 Mar 2011 pdf page 16 - Charity Commission