UK: Conservatives, PM oppose minimum alcohol price

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 16 March 2009

David Cameron, leader of the UK Conservative Party, has joined prime minister Gordon Brown in opposing minimum pricing for alcoholic drinks.

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David Cameron, leader of the UK Conservative Party, has joined prime minister Gordon Brown in opposing minimum pricing for alcoholic drinks.

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