Minimum alcohol pricing remains ineffective
Julian Jessop quoted in The Daily Mail
Matthew Lesh writes in City AM
IEA research quoted in The Scottish Daily Express
The article references The Hangover: The cost of minimum alcohol pricing in Scotland by John C. Duffy, Christopher Snowdon, and Mark Tovey:
“An Institute of Economic Affairs study last year found: ‘Although alcohol consumption has fallen slightly in Scotland, we find no evidence that this has led to an improvement in health outcomes.'”
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You can read a copy of The Hangover here.