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Young people opposed to Good Friday alcohol law change

Young people aged 18 to 24 have the greatest opposition to changing Good Friday drinking laws, new research has found.

It has discovered that the public is split almost exactly 50/50 on whether or not we should change our Good Friday drinking laws.

But the majority of young people, 58pc, want to see the tradition retained and pubs to close on that day.

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Source: Irish Independent, 19/06/2017

Posted by Andy on 06/19 at 09:06 AM in
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