When will violence stop?
THE devastating effects that one night out can lead to are revealed today in two articles.
On the front page, we read of two thugs who attacked a man for no reason, other than they were fuelled with alcohol.
And in an interview with the Grimsby Telegraph, pretty Daniella Fowler, who had been hoping for a career in the beauty industry, reveals how she was punched by a man, in Cleethorpes, leaving her with devastating injuries and her career plans in ruins.
That, too, was linked to drink as her attacker remembered little about the incident.
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We read about the effects of alcohol on society every day in this newspaper.
And while courts have been given new powers to prevent repeats of such incidents – such as the drink banning order put on the two violent thugs – is it enough?
The orders ban them from entering a large number of pubs, clubs and bars in Cleethorpes town centre, between 6pm and 4am seven days a week.
While this will be welcomed by pub landlords and pub-goers alike, do such bans go far enough? After all, with lengthy opening hours, how drunk could someone get in the other pubs up to 6pm?
The problems caused by drink will continue until the root cause is understood and action taken to stop drinking to levels that lead to such violent acts.