UK: Scotland to decide on minimum alcohol price

By Chris Mercer | 19 December 2008

Scotland's ruling National Party is expected to make an announcement on minimum pricing for alcohol early in the New Year, sources have told just-drinks.

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Scotland's ruling National Party is expected to make an announcement on minimum pricing for alcohol early in the New Year, sources have told just-drinks.

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