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Minimum alcohol pricing 'misguided'

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Would it affect your drinking if a bottle of wine would cost about £4? The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Nice, has said public health measures are needed to prevent alcohol abuse. Professor Mike Kelly, Nice's public health director, explains how the minimum price per unit would work. Gavin Partington gives the views of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).


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