New research supporting MUP

As the MUP court case continues in Scotland this week (7th and 8th July), new research by Dr Arianna Andreangeli from University of Edinburgh Law School emphasises both the moral and legal validity of MUP as a public health measure. The research draws on the experience of a number of Canadian provinces and shows that minimum unit pricing may well be the most effective tool to address the health-related and social ills arising from alcohol consumption.

A press release issued to accompany the research can be found here.


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