'Pocket money' drink prices worry campaigners

'Pocket money' drink prices worry campaigners
 

Alcohol is being sold at "pocket money" prices across the UK, with products commonly bought by underage drinkers among the cheapest, research by a campaign group suggests.
The Alcohol Health Alliance said their findings came despite the government's commitment to tackle the issue.
White cider - on sale for as little as 16p per unit of alcohol - was said to be among the drinks bought by children.
Ministers say they are continuing to review policies on alcohol harm.
The AHA, a grouping of more than 40 organisations including medical colleges and health charities, surveyed the cost... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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