Minimum unit pricing will add 101% to Scots' top brew

Minimum unit pricing will add 101% to Scots
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Minimum unit pricing (MUP) proposed at 50p on alcohol in Scotland will cause the price of one retailer’s best-selling alcoholic beverage to increase by 101%.  Earlier this week the Scottish government confirmed it will set the MUP for alcohol at 50p after a public consultation saw 74% of respondents support the planned cost.  The legislation, which will now go before the…

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By RN 28 Feb, 2018

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