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Minimum unit price revealed

THE Scottish Government has confirmed it will move ahead with its recommendation of a 50 pence minimum unit price for alcohol …

Minimum pricing will lead to price rises

THE Scottish Government’s proposed 50p MUP could increase the price of around 70% of alcohol sold through the off-trade …

MUP consultation is now underway

THE Scottish Government has launched its consultation on the proposed 50p price per unit of alcohol …

Minimum unit pricing date set

Date set for policy to come into effect …

Minimum pricing gets the green light

THE UK Supreme Court today dismissed the Scotch Whisky Association’s (SWA) appeal of the introduction of a minimum unit price (MUP) for alcohol – allowing …

SWA poised for one last round in MUP legal battle

Association opts to submit an appeal to the UK Supreme Court MINIMUM unit pricing (MUP) has been halted again as the Scotch Whisky Association has opted to …

Half of alcohol sold below minimum price

MORE than half of the alcohol sold in the Scottish off-trade is being sold for less than 50p a unit, according to a new report. Research firm Nielsen claims …

Court supports minimum price

Verdict paves way for policy but further appeal could follow By Matthew Lynas THE Court of Session in Edinburgh has upheld its original ruling in favour of …

Minimum price ‘best tactic’

Minimum unit pricing and strength-based taxation are the most effective ways of tackling the harmful consumption of alcohol in the UK, claims a new report. The …

Minimum price ruling expected

A decision on the Scottish Government’s minimum unit pricing (MUP) legislation is due to be delivered by the European Court of Justice on December 23. The …

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