UK: Scots online alcohol crackdown plans "unenforceable" - WSTA

By James Wilmore | 20 December 2012

Plans to restict online alcohol sales in Scotland have been branded "unenforceable".

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Plans to restict online alcohol sales in Scotland have been branded "unenforceable".

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