26 November 2012
Tim Ross in The Daily Telegraph reports on the ASI's report on the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model and minimum alcohol pricing.
A ban on cheap alcohol may do nothing to cut crime or prevent health problems resulting from excessive drinking, research warns today.
David Cameron is preparing to introduce a minimum price of at least 40p per unit of alcohol and ministers are expected to launch a public consultation on the scheme within days.
However, a report published by the Adam Smith Institute found that there was no evidence that a minimum price would reduce the harm caused by high levels of drinking...
You can read the full article in the Daily Telegraph here.