Scotch whisky loses in minimum alcohol price block


The Scotch Whisky Association has lost its legal challenge against government plans for minimum pricing for alcohol.

A judge at the Court of Session in Edinburgh has ruled that ministers have the power to introduce the measure to protect public health.

BBC Scotland's business correspondent David Henderson reports.

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