A senior government adviser on anti-social behaviour has joked about working while drunk and said anti-binge drinking messages were "nonsense".

Louise Casey, 38, head of the Home Office anti-social behaviour unit, made the remarks in an after-dinner speech, which was secretly recorded by a guest.
She also poked fun at Home Secretary Charles Clarke in her speech to chief constables and senior civil servants.

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