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Friday, March 23, 2007


To expect Gordon Brown to do anything on regarding the ever incresing alcohol problems is unrealistic. He increses taxes all the time but does it in such a way to confuse people and f lead them to believe they are better of! An increased tax on alcohol would be blatant, transparent and hugely unpopular to anyone not in the medical profession or alcohol services. Soemthing the Scottsman can ill afford at this time.

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