CENTRAL government Health and Consumer Affairs minister, Elena Salgado has announced that a major plan will be launched at the beginning of next year to tackle the problems of under-age drinking in Spain. The minister said that although young people under 18 shouldn't be drinking alcohol at all, research has showed that adolescents in their early teens are falling prey, partly due to the ease of accessibility. The government campaign is therefore to focus on the way in which alcohol is advertised and will call on the collaboration of manufacturers, distributors, and leisure centres frequented by teenagers. Salgado said that this campaign will be tougher than any to date and will aim to drive its message home.