Published On: Tue, Oct 16th, 2012

Liverpool Debating to host alcohol debate

Liverpool Debating will this week host their third public debate over the motion “This house would ban alcohol”.

They said “Every year, there are millions of premature deaths linked to alcohol, as well as alcohol resulting in many missed lectures on our part. Should alcohol receive the same treatment as drugs? Should alcohol be banned?”

The debate will be held at 5.30pm in the Liverpool Guild of Students Library.

Debate training is held on Tuesdays for beginners and Thursdays for advanced speakers. More information can be found here.

About the Author

- Millie is in her fourth year at UoL, studying an MA in Politics and the Mass Media. During her time here she has been involved with English Society, Debating Society, Student Council and LSMedia, where she was a News Editor for 18 months before taking the role of Editor-in-Chief. She is a lover of all things political, has written for a local newspaper and runs three blogs. Originally from Gloucestershire, she is happiest in her wellies, but loves Liverpool for its live music, art and cocktails. Her weaknesses are old Penguin books, cameras and a good cup of tea.