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Parents 'strong influence' on teen boozing

Young teenagers who see their parents drunk, even if only a few times, are twice as likely to get drunk regularly than those who do not, according to a survey by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Its alcohol programme manager, Claire Turner, explains why looking can lead to drinking.

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