UK: Minimum pricing for alcohol added to Health Bill

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 25 March 2009

Proposals to introduce a minimum price for alcoholic drinks in Scotland face delay after being added to a new Health Bill that will not go before the Scottish Parliament until later this year.

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Proposals to introduce a minimum price for alcoholic drinks in Scotland face delay after being added to a new Health Bill that will not go before the Scottish Parliament until later this year.

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