Airport bars in the UK, which can sell alcohol round the clock, may soon be subject to the same licensing laws as high street bars, that is, no alcohol to be served before 10.00am.

The Home Office are giving consideration to the clamp-down based on the number of passengers who board their flights already drunk, and the dangers to others this presents. Reportedly union Unite has found that 87% of staff from British-based airlines had witnessed drunken passengers at UK airports, or on flights from the UK in August 2017.

Meanwhile Club 18-30 organised its last booze-fuelled break last month and the company is being wound up due to lack of consumer interest in the culture of wet tee shirt competitions and ready sex.

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