UK: Minimum pricing “probably not illegal” - Scottish Government

By Olly Wehring | 2 November 2011

The Scottish Government has countered suggestions that its plans to introduce minimum pricing per unit of alcohol in the country are "probably illegal".

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The Scottish Government has countered suggestions that its plans to introduce minimum pricing per unit of alcohol in the country are "probably illegal".

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