Industry fury at Cameron’s pricing plans (UK)

Industry fury at Cameron’s pricing plans (UK)

British Prime Minister David Cameron has risked the ire of the drinks industry by suggesting he could follow Scotland’s lead and introduce a minimum price for alcoholic drinks in England. Leading drinks and pub companies have reacted with fury to revelations in The Daily Telegraph that Cameron has ordered officials to develop a scheme in England to stop the sale of alcohol at below 40p to 50p a unit, reports The Drinks Business.

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