PRESS RELEASE FROM LIAM BYRNE MP

Liam Byrne welcomes breakthrough for Britain's innocent victims of booze

Liam Byrne, the founder and chair of the cross-party group in parliament for children of alcoholics, today hailed the government's announcement of a £6 million package of help for Britain's innocent victims of booze - the children of parents who drink too much.

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