Minimum drink pricing 'not anti-alcohol', says Sturgeon
The SNP government is making a second attempt at introducing a minimum price for a unit of alcohol.
Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon admitted the bill was not be "a magic bullet", however, she believed it was a very important part of the solution to Scotland's misuse of alcohol.
Here, she tells BBC Scotland's Raymond Buchanan why the pricing move was not "anti-alcohol".
01 Nov 2011
- From the section Scotland politics