Friday, May 21, 2010

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Alcohol...minimum pricing

Walk into a bar in parliament and you can buy a pint of Foster's for £2.10. That's a little over half as much as in a normal London pub.

If minimum pricing for alcohol is to start anywhere then it should be set to the level of the Houses of Parliament.

And then it should look at it from a regional perspective (localism), the starting point should be the various Liberal, Labour and Conservative Clubs around the country.

In fact our local Conservative Club buys it's wine from NETTO and charges Tesco prices.

By the way, NETTO doesn't do loss leaders.

However, I have a sneaking suspicion that this coalition government has a 'Lost Leader'.


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