A new law introducing a minimum alcohol price in Wales has come into force.
As of Monday, retailers and any outlets serving alcohol must charge at least 50p a unit, meaning a typical bottle of wine costs no less than £4.69. Health Minister Vaughan Gething said it would tackle "harmful and damaging" drinking of cheap, strong alcohol.
A report found alcohol sales in Scotland dropped after a similar system started there in May 2018, while sales rose slightly in Wales and England.
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