Total alcohol-related deaths in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1994 to 2015

Total alcohol-related deaths United Kingdom (UK) 1994-2015 This statistic shows the total number of alcohol-related deaths in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1994 to 2015. The total number of alcohol-related deaths peaked for this period in 2008 at 9,031, after having increased from 4,525 in 1994.
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Deaths
1994 4,525
1995 5,029
1996 5,406
1997 5,976
1998 6,369
1999 6,721
2000 6,884
2001 7,499
2002 7,701
2003 8,164
2004 8,221
2005 8,386
2006 8,758
2007 8,724
2008 9,031
2009 8,664
2010 8,790
2011 8,748
2012 8,367
2013 8,416
20148,697
20158,758
Deaths
1994 4,525
1995 5,029
1996 5,406
1997 5,976
1998 6,369
1999 6,721
2000 6,884
2001 7,499
2002 7,701
2003 8,164
2004 8,221
2005 8,386
2006 8,758
2007 8,724
2008 9,031
2009 8,664
2010 8,790
2011 8,748
2012 8,367
2013 8,416
20148,697
20158,758
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This statistic shows the total number of alcohol-related deaths in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1994 to 2015. The total number of alcohol-related deaths peaked for this period in 2008 at 9,031, after having increased from 4,525 in 1994.
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Release date
February 2017
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
1994 to 2015
Supplementary notes
The National Statistics definition of alcohol-related deaths only includes those causes regarded as being most directly due to alcohol consumption. It does not include other diseases where alcohol has been shown to have some causal relationship, such as cancers of the mouth, oesophagus and liver. The definition includes all deaths from chronic liver disease and cirrhosis (excluding biliary cirrhosis), even when alcohol is not specifically mentioned on the death certificate. Apart from deaths due to poisoning with alcohol (accidental, intentional or undetermined), this definition excludes any other external causes of death, such as road traffic and other accidents. The definition allows for consistent comparisons over time for those deaths most clearly associated with alcohol consumption.

Figures for 2002 to 2010 have been revised in light of the 2011 Census populations.

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