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Minimum price plan ‘on track’

Scottish Government committed despite UK U-turn By Gillian McKenzie THE Scottish Government has vowed to ‘go it alone’ on minimum pricing after plans for a …

You turn if you want to

SO the UK government has U-turned on minimum pricing, shelving proposals to introduce a 45p a unit price in England and Wales. Crime prevention minister Jeremy …

Lapdance plan is a “disgrace”

Operators have hit out at the Scottish Government for associating lap dancing clubs with criminal …

Whisky group lodges minimum pricing appeal

THE Scotch Whisky Association has lodged an appeal against the Court of Session ruling that minimum pricing is legal. In his judgement earlier this month Lord …

Time for proper appeals to return?

THE remarkable battle between Ayrshire operator Buzzworks and pub giant JD Wetherspoon has spawned a decision that could spell real uncertainty for licensed …

Rulings to impact on legal landscape

Guidance on overprovision and objectives could follow judgements SO far this year the Court of Session has handed down two decisions of immense importance. In …