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Thursday, April 23, 2009

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Robert,
If you go to the below post, at the end of the 4th paragraph is a link to all the different alcohol duty rates.

http://www.alcoholpolicy.net/2009/12/what-awaits-the-super-strength-drinks-market-as-white-lightning-cider-delisted-and-tax-rises-loom.html

every newspaper and organisation says how much alcohol diuty has gone up - a rise of 2% - but what is the actual % duty now on alcohol? is there a website which states this?

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