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Krzemieniewska-Nandwani, Karolina and Bannister, Jon and Ellison, Mark and Adepeju, Monsuru (2021) Evaluation of the impact of alcohol minimum unit pricing (MUP) on crime and disorder, public safety and public nuisance. Edinburgh: Public Health Scotland.

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To combat a set of health and social harms associated with alcohol, the Scottish Parliament passed legislation in 2012 to allow for the implementation of Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP). Secondary legislation set the level of MUP at 50 pence per unit (ppu). The Scottish Government implemented MUP on 1 May 2018. This report evaluates the impact of MUP on crime and disorder, public safety and public nuisance, as required by the legislation.

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