Have alcohol licensing laws helped address binge drinking?

  “Binge drinking” is a problem that has caused plenty of concern amongst MPs in recent years. It has been estimated that more than a third of Brits have engaged in binge drinking at some point – a term defined by the NHS as “drinking lots of alcohol in a short space of time or […]

Quebec’s new secular charter and its legal implications

  Since the last few weeks, a debate has been raging in Canada. Years of compromising between multiculturalism and Quebec province’s secularity have exhausted the patience of many Quebecers, which are known to fiercely defend their cultural identity. With the election of a separatist government in September 2012, it was predictable that bills and laws […]