This report presents findings from Work Package 4 of the FYFA project – a review of international policies and practices related to young people, alcohol, marketing and sport at an international level, including evidence gathering […]
Minimum Unit Pricing in Scotland: What we know so far about its effects on consumption and health harms
Minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol was introduced in Scotland on 1 May 2018. This report examines what impact this has had so far on consumption and health.
Northern Ireland commits to a consultation on minimum unit pricing
The Department of Health in Northern Ireland has announced that they will be going ahead with a consultation on minimum unit pricing (MUP) later this year. Legislation to introduce MUP in the Republic of Ireland […]
Alcohol sales in Scotland remain at lowest level for more than 25 years
Alcohol sales in Scotland remain at their lowest level since 1994, a study has found.
AHA Policy – Health First; An evidence-based alcohol strategy for the UK
An evidence-based alcohol strategy backed by experts and organisations with the health and welfare of the public as its main aim