26 November 2012
Our report on minimum alcohol pricing is covered in a number of newspapers, newswebsites and broadcast outlets.
Daily Express: Crackdown on alcohol flawed
Daily Mirror: Booze plans 'don't work' features on page 2
ConservativeHome: The science behind minimum alcohol pricing is based on suspect computer models written by Christopher Snowdon, co-author of the report.
Spectator Coffee House: Why is government so confident that minimum alcohol pricing will work? by Chris Snowdon
BBC Radio Scotland: : Co-author of the report, John C Duffy appears on BBC Radio Scotland to discuss the flawed computer model used as a basis for Scotland's minimum alcohol pricing. You can listen to him here (from 53.54 mins in).
The Grocer: Minimum pricing evidence base is "non-existent"
The Independent mentions our report in it's article: Cabinet split over levy on alcohol.