David Cameron faced mockery and derision in the Commons this lunchtime, after Ed Miliband used the government's alcohol pricing U-turn to pour scorn on his rival's leadership.
David Cameron is continuing to commit to a policy of minimum alcohol pricing of 45p per unit, despite many Cabinet members opposing the move.
Framing binge culture in nationalistic terms is the thin end of a draconian wedge.
The government has taken further action on problem drinking, by once again announcing the same consultation it had originally planned to hold during the summer.
Pub goers could enjoy significantly cheaper pints if a group of MPs manage to force a U-turn on beer tax later this week.
Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, of the Royal College of Physicians and the Alcohol Health Alliance expresses support for the government's proposals for minimum pricing per unit of alcohol.
The chief constable John Stoddart, the Association of Chief Police Officers' lead on alcohol, welcomes the government's announcement that it will impose a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
Home secretary Theresa May makes the case for the government's proposal to impose a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
Andrew Opie of the British Retail Consortium criticises the government's proposal to impose a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
MPs are likely to be subject to new rules on the consumption of alcohol in parliament, after Eric Joyce was found guilty of a drunken assault.
It is probably right to 'call time' on 'Binge Britain' and time to take up policies like Scotland's, which are based on a more nuanced understanding of the problems and benefits of drink.
The ubiquitous David Cameron and the need to slow down.
David Cameron has noticed binge drinking is "one of the scandals of our society" and is "determined to deal with it" - what took him so long?
Problem drinking is costing the taxpayer £2.7 billion a year, the prime minister will warn later.
A beer was removed from sale on the parliamentary estate this afternoon, after a Labour MP complained it was sexist.
Government alcohol guidelines should be revised to recommend two dry days every week, MPs have said.
Drinkers looking to cut down on their intake in the new year will receive some help from the government, after reports emerged of a 'big bang' plan to tackle alcohol consumption in England and Wales.
One in four babies in Britain is at risk of abuse or neglect, according to a new report.
The Scottish government is set to use its overall majority in Holyrood to push through legislation introducing alcohol minimum pricing.
MPs are often so drunk they can barely stand up while voting in the Commons, an MP has admitted.