Boozy Britain: Tell us what you think of Government’s new plans for minimum pricing on alcohol
The Government is planning to set a minimum price of 40p per unit of alcohol in an attempt to reduce the growing problem of binge-drinking.
So today we are asking what you think of the measures.
Home Secretary Teresa May today said that some town and city centres are no-go areas because of drunken louts - so are you afraid of visiting your local town at night?
Do you think a minimum price for alcohol will cure the problem of the country's culture of drinking, which costs the UK an estimated �21 billion a year?
The plans have met with opposition from the drinks industry, with some accusing Prime Minister David Cameron of being 'seriously misguided'.
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So do you think the measures are unfair on those who enjoy a sociable pint in their local?
Tell us what you think by leaving your comment below.
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