Euro 2020 is set to hit Glasgow next week with fans flocking to Hampden and official ‘fan zones’ to cheer on the national team in their first major tournament in 22 years. However, what would normally be a hugely celebrated occasion is now one of division and restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic. The 12,000 spectators at Hampden have been allocated timed slots on when … Continue reading Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?
Minimum unit pricing – most commonly referred to as MUP- was implemented in Scotland on May the 1st 2018 and has had varied results. The act was hoping that by making it illegal to be charging less than 50p per unit of alcohol that people would be less likely to engage with harmful binge drinking due to the sudden rise in price of cheap booze. … Continue reading “I’m not as think as you drunk I am”: The story behind MUP