If sex, drugs and rock & roll is a good measure of how much fun a generation is having, our parents have been right all along: things really were better in their day.
A report published today by the Health and Social Care Information Centre - which has been collecting data on the smoking, drinking and drug habits of pupils aged 11-15 since 1982 - highlights just how straight edge the current generation is.
These graphs reveal just a few of the report’s findings:
In 2001, 29% of pupils had taken drugs in the past. In 2013, that figure was just 16%.