Eliminating cheap alcohol by setting a high minimum price per unit promises the greatest feasible health gains per alcohol policy £, but also risks the greatest political backlash. So much is at stake for opposing interests that evidence is disputed and the politics have swung under pressure from lobbyists and competing philosophies. This Effectiveness Bank hot topic delves in to the fire.
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