Government urged to put alcohol unit pricing on hold

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Industry leaders have urged the government to delay alcohol minimum unit pricing (MUP) outside Scotland as legislation edges closer south of the border. Ministers from the health and home affairs select committees heard evidence on the policy’s effectiveness at a parliamentary hearing on Monday, ahead of MUP’s introduction in Scotland from May and in Wales this summer.  The…

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By Jennifer Hardwick 24 Jan, 2018

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