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The Wine and Spirit Association (WSA) has called upon the UK government to reduce excise duty in the light of last week's High Court decision which ruled against HM Customs & Excise's "heavy handed" approach towards legitimate cross border shoppers bringing alcohol and tobacco into the UK from the Continent.


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