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We're not the National Hangover Service, NHS boss warns revellers (The Guardian, Dec 29)
Attach Date 2017/12/29 HIT 630
The chief executive of NHS England has accused drunken revellers of being “frankly selfish” when they rely on the health service to help them and has indicated that more “drunk tanks” could be set up to keep intoxicated people out of overstretched accident and emergency wards. Simon Stevens said the rollout of drunk tanks, sometimes in supervised buses or repurposed cafes, could be scaled up next year depending on their success this New Year’s Eve and the results of a national study on their impact due to be completed in the coming months. Read More

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