UK: Greene King urges Westminster to aim for GBP0.50 minimum price

By James Wilmore | 28 June 2012

Greene King has urged Westminster politicians to follow the Scottish government by setting a GBP0.50 (US$0.78) minimum price, higher than the current proposal.

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Greene King has urged Westminster politicians to follow the Scottish government by setting a GBP0.50 (US$0.78) minimum price, higher than the current proposal.

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