UK: Minister invites industry to tackle alcohol misuse

By Chris Brook-Carter | 15 September 2010

The UK's Parliamentary Under Secretary for Crime Prevention has reiterated the Coalition Government's stance that central government should no longer be the sole "owner" of reducing the social ills stemming from alcohol misuse in the UK.

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The UK's Parliamentary Under Secretary for Crime Prevention has reiterated the Coalition Government's stance that central government should no longer be the sole "owner" of reducing the social ills stemming from alcohol misuse in the UK.

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