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