Alcohol minimum unit pricing: one year on
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Drinkers pass their verdict on minimum pricing one year on

It is one year since Scotland introduced minimum unit pricing for alcohol.

The programme is aimed at tackling alcohol consumption in Scotland.

The first data on health outcomes and drink sales will not be released until June, but the Scottish government is hopeful things are changing.

The Nine's social affairs correspondent Chris Clements has been speaking to people about their experiences of higher prices for alcohol.

  • 01 May 2019