Beer could soon be twice as expensive as it is in North
Coalition to introduce minimum unit pricing within weeks, but drinks industry says move should not go ahead until there is a similar law in Northern Ireland
Beer could be twice as expensive in the South compared with Northern Ireland under the government’s plans to introduce minimum unit pricing (MUP) within weeks.
The public health initiative is designed to lower alcohol consumption by banning offers on cheap drinks and setting a minimum price of 10 cent per gram of alcohol.
The government had committed to delaying the changes until a similar law was passed in Northern Ireland, but has since decided...
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