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New figures show the number of young people not in education, employment or training in Wales fell during 2016
Skills and Science Minister, Julie James, has welcomed new figures showing a decline in the number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) during 2016.
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- Statistics & Research
An annual report which presents information about association between drink driving and accidents, results of breath tests of drivers involved in accidents and enforcement action relating to drink driving.
- In 2015, 7.1 per cent of all drivers of motorised vehicles and 14.3 per cent of motorcyclist drivers/riders killed in traffic collisions were above the drink drive limit.
- The Department of Transport (DfT) report that 5.4 per cent of killed and serious injury accidents (KSI) that occurred in Wales in 2014 involved drivers over the blood alcohol limit.
- In terms of road accidents, police officers’ views about the contributory factors that led to accidents suggested that 8 per cent of KSI accidents during 2015 involved drivers that were impaired by alcohol.
- In 2015, 63 accidents where the reporting police officer identified pedestrian(s) being impaired by alcohol as a contributory factor to that accident.
- In 2015, there were approximately 5 accidents where the driver was impaired by alcohol, for every 1 accident where a driver was impaired by drugs.
Breath tests of drivers taken after accidents show:
- Considerable variation between the months of the year and the same months in different years with a 5.7 per cent reduction in positive tests observed when compared to the 2014 data.
- Drivers are 2.8 per cent more likely to test positive at the weekend.
- 64.6 per cent of drivers test positive between 18:00 to 03:59.
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