Boris Johnson claimed he has given up drinking until after Brexit is sorted.
The introduction of minimum unit pricing for alcohol has had little impact on retailer revenues, new research suggests.
Minimum unit pricing may have contributed to the number of alcohol-related deaths in Glasgow falling by more than a fifth, according to new research.
A law that sets a minimum price for alcohol in Scotland has been implemented effectively, with compliance high among licensed premises, according to a new report.
Alcohol sales in Scotland fell to the lowest level for almost quarter of a century last year, new research has found.
Gin has been enjoying a real flourish as the on-trend drink, with Scottish distilleries at the heart of the boom.
It was, after all, only one glass, a splash or two of reward after another long day.
The Scottish Government’s crackdown on cheap alcohol has driven some drinkers to drugs, experts fear.
MORE underage drinking goes on in rural Scotland than in our cities, a study has found.
The reduced drink-drive limit in Scotland has had no impact on cutting road accidents, a new study has found.