UK: Minimum drinks pricing back on the agenda

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 May 2011

Minimum pricing for alcoholic drinks is back on the political agenda in Scotland after the Scottish National Party secured an overall majority in the country's Parliament.

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Minimum pricing for alcoholic drinks is back on the political agenda in Scotland after the Scottish National Party secured an overall majority in the country's Parliament.

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