The Scottish government has witnessed significant opposition to its new restrictions on alcohol marketing and has now agreed to explore embracing more limited measures.

At the end of November, the government published the results of its consultation on restricting alcohol advertising and promotion. Alcohol interests argued that the original proposals would not reduce alcohol consumption and were ill-advised while public health groups contended the restrictions would be effective.

The Scottish government will hold further talks next year focused on acceptable ways to limit the exposure of alcohol promotions to youth, while keeping in mind WHO recommendations to restrict alcohol marketing.

More informations here: Alcohol marketing clampdown to be ‘narrower’ after opposition | Scottish Licensed Trade News (sltn.co.uk)

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