UK: Chancellor confirms VAT rise, leaves alcohol duty

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 9 December 2009

UK chancellor Alistair Darling has confirmed that value added tax will return to 17.5% next year, but there will be no further direct rise on alcoholic drinks duty tax.

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UK chancellor Alistair Darling has confirmed that value added tax will return to 17.5% next year, but there will be no further direct rise on alcoholic drinks duty tax.

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