From the July 1976 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Skid Row, British Style

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LONDON, ENGLAND--Britain's National Campaign for Single Homeless People has urged the Home Secretary to take action immediately over the increasing number of alcoholics and vagrants being sent to prison.

The demand follows the release of Home Office figures showing that: A record 101,243 men and women were arrested for public drunkenness in 1974; of these, 3,091 were sent to prison, 2,675 because...

-- Alan Massam