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The threat of "stamp tax" has united the UK spirits industry behind frantic efforts to convince the government of its folly before the next budget in March. However, the Treasury is demanding something be done to combat rising levels of duty evasion. The onus is on the industry to come up with an alternative or be stamped. Olly Wehring spoke to the leading figures in the debate.


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