UK: Proof-of-age scheme appoints new board members

By James Wilmore | 9 August 2012

The UK's proof-of-age scheme, PASS, has appointed four new members to its board as it continues to help crack down on under-age sales.

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The UK's proof-of-age scheme, PASS, has appointed four new members to its board as it continues to help crack down on under-age sales.

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