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UK drinking limits are at 'right level'
People who choose to drink above 14 units a week put themselves at risk of ill health, a charity says.

Airline passengers could be forced to keep alcohol in sealed bags

Airline passengers could soon be forced to place airport-bought alcohol inside sealed bags in order to crack down on drunken behaviour.

The move could be used to ban travellers from drinking their own alcohol on flights.

The proposals have been set out by the government to develop it's aviation strategy, as latest figures from the Civil Aviation Authority found that one in six people who had flown in the last three years have witnessed aggressive or drunken behaviour.

In August a mid-air brawl broke out on a Ryanair flight from Newcastle to Alicante.