Rice – a brief history of minimum unit pricing

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Alcohol Alert, July 2017: Five years after Scotland legislated for Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP), judges at the UK Supreme Court in London have just concluded their latest deliberations over whether the legislation is incompatible with European Union law and therefore unlawful under the Scotland Act 1998. It has twice been ruled legal in Scottish courts during that period. So why hasn’t MUP been implemented yet? We met with Dr Peter Rice to help us chart the history of one of the most hotly contested pieces of legislation in the UK in recent years.
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