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The study discovered that on average people over the age of 35 were pre-loading, as it's known, 14 units of alcohol per occasion. That's about a bottle and a half of wine.
Hull City Council is launching a blitz on fly-tipping. It has received more than 4,500 reports of illegal dumping in the past year, with almost 1,200 enforcement orders being handed out.
The growing problem has been blamed on funding cuts but now the council is to spend £30,000 on four temporary cleaning crews, set on to rid the city of the rubbish, and another £30,000 could also be spent on an awareness campaign.
The action, revealed in a report to appear before cabinet members setting out the council's plan to tackle the fly-tipping problem in Hull, comes as councillors look to "significantly improve" cleanliness across the city.
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Children will get on average five Easter eggs each over the Easter holidays.
That's according to research from the website MummyPages.
The survey of Mum's shows that most are worried about the amount of sugar their sons and daughters will consume over the Bank Holiday, some chocolate eggs containing up to 60 teaspoons of sugar.
- 59% of mums regularly intercept or take away some of their child's chocolate Easter Eggs without them knowing
- 63% of respondents think parents should be consulted before an adult gives their child a gift of a chocolate Easter Egg
Popular alternatives to chocolate Easter Eggs for children include:
New clothes (57%)
Home-made gifts (43%)
Special family day out (40%)
Gift vouchers (33%)
Home baked goods (33%)
56% of mums think Easter Eggs should be limited by law to just one aisle or display in supermarkets
19% of mums think there should be an extra 'sugar tax' on Easter Eggs
Mums average Easter Egg spend: Up to £10 (28%), £11-20 (48%), £21-30 (14%), £30-40 (7%), £40-50 (3%).