Proposed Alcohol (Public Health and Criminal Justice) (Scotland) Bill

Proposer

Richard Simpson

Draft Proposal

Proposal for a bill to promote public health and reduce alcohol-related offending through: (a) restrictions on the retailing and advertising of alcoholic drinks; (b) changes to licensing laws; (c) obligations on Scottish Ministers to issue guidance and report; (d) directing offenders towards treatment or restricting their access to alcohol.

Lodged 13 March 2012

Accompanied by: Consultation document

Shifting the Culture (1.01MB pdf)

The closing date of the consultation was 31 July 2012 (original 29 June 2012)

Final Proposal

Proposal for a bill to promote public health and reduce alcohol-related offending through (a) restrictions on the retailing and advertising of alcoholic drinks; (b) changes to licensing laws; (c) obligations on Scottish Ministers to issue guidance and report on its alcohol education policy; (d) directing certain offenders towards treatment or restricting their alcohol consumption.

 Lodged on 2 May 2014

Accompanied by Summary of consultation responses (711KB pdf)

Total Supporters: 42

  • 34 Scottish Labour
  • 4 Scottish Liberal Democrats
  • 2 Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
  • 2 Scottish Green Party

 For supporters' names see:

Right to introduce Member's Bill secured?

Yes

Member's Bill introduced to give effect to proposal?

Yes

Alcohol (Licensing, Public Health and Criminal Justice) (Scotland) Bill

 

 

 

 

 

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