Young women in Britain drink far more heavily than their European counterparts and the amount of alcohol they consume is predicted to rise by almost a third.

Women aged 18-24 living in the UK consume 216 litres of alcoholic drinks a year but experts claim that this amount will increase to 291 litres by 2009.
A report by Datamonitor says alcohol consumption among young female adults has been spurred on by "feminine beverages".

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