Drivers could find themselves over the breathalyser limit after just one drink under plans being drawn up by the Government. Police may also be given power to stop motorists at random and breath test them. Ministers are understood to believe that the limit should be cut from 80mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood to just 50mg, which would bring Britain into line with most other European countries. A Department for Transport consultation will be launched in the New Year. But Paul Smith, who heads the Safe Speed road safety group, called the plans "gesture politics". He believes the only way of reducing road accidents is by putting more police on the roads. According to The Times, young men are to be the target of the Government's Christmas anti-drink-drive campaign. Police have warned they will be patrolling the roads "vigilantly". The Daily Telegraph 01/12/07 page 1 The Times 01/12/07 page 11