Totally pintless - Cameron booze hike 'won't curb drinking'

26 November 2012

The Sun covers the ASI's latest report on minimum alcohol pricing. 

DAVID Cameron’s plan to push up booze prices will NOT reduce binge drinking, a report reveals today. The PM will overrule Cabinet colleagues and announce proposals for a minimum of 45p a unit.
It would cost drinkers an extra £600million a year. But free-market think tank the Adam Smith Institute said the move is based on a model containing “flawed assumptions and wild speculation”.

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