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Teenagers lives blighted by alcohol problems of parents.

Teenagers lives blighted by alcohol problems of parents.

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers are having their lives blighted by drinking problems suffered by their parents, a charity has warned.

 

The Children's Society estimates there are 700,000 teenagers in the UK who are being "damaged" by their parents' alcohol abuse.

A survey of 3,000 families with children aged between 10 and 17 found 12% of parents had a recent history with a drinking problem.

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