Recent statistics show that underage alcohol consumption is higher in the UK than in most other EU countries. So do British parents need to be better role models?
How do we compare?
How bad is the problem of teenage drinking? And if we really want to tackle it, isn't it time that society as a whole woke up to its dangers?
What is the government doing to reduce alcohol harm and increase alcohol awareness in the education system?
What can be done to give adults the confidence to engage with young people in their communities about alcohol?
What is the appropriate age for parents to talk to their children about alcohol?
What is the government doing to fund community projects for young people?
Nihal talks about the success of the Alcohol and Young People roundtable