EU: UK avoids legal row over booze cruises

By Keith Nuthall | 28 June 2006

The European Commission yesterday (June 28) dropped long-running legal action against the UK after the Government abandoned a get-tough policy against 'booze cruise' travellers importing cheap alcohol from France.

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The European Commission yesterday (June 28) dropped long-running legal action against the UK after the Government abandoned a get-tough policy against 'booze cruise' travellers importing cheap alcohol from France.

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