‘No evidence’ of minimum alcohol pricing impact on young drinkers

NHS experts have found no evidence that minimum pricing for alcohol is having an impact on underage drinking. A study of 50 drinkers aged 13-17 found there was no change in their consumption habits after the policy came into force, the BBC reported. See also: Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe’s questions on Health: Alcohol Abuse on an effective strategy for dealing with alcohol abuse in 2020.