IFS Senior Research Economist Kate Smith gives evidence at the Health Select Committee and the Home Affairs Committee a which are holding a one-off oral evidence session to assess the case for introducing a minimum unit price (MUP) on alcohol in England in the light of developments since the Health Committee’s report in 2012 on the Government’s Alcohol Strategy. With evidence from charities, academics, professional bodies, industry, government agencies and ministers, the session will cover a range of issues, including:
- the potential impact a MUP could have on health, healthcare, the criminal justice system
- any cross border implications posed by decisions of the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments.
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