Drink-related deaths in Britain have fallen to there lowest in a decade, figures released have shown.
However, low-paid workers such as cleaners and labourers are four times more likely to die than professionals, the Office for National Statistics said.
Drink played a part in 8,416 deaths registered in the UK in 2013. The total was the lowest since 2000, when there were 6,884.
Professor Oscar D’Agnone, an addictions specialist, called for minimum alcohol pricing to drive down the death rate even further.