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 (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.
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 their lowest level since 1994, a study has found.
An evidence-based alcohol strategy backed by experts and organisations with the health and welfare of the public as its main aim