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All these new documents concern UK alcohol pricing policy. The first – the conclusions of the UK Home Office about the likely impact of a rise in the price of alcohol – was informed by research reported in the remaining documents. This assessment was also informed by earlier reports of the research summarised in the second document. We have updated our comprehensive analysis of these reports to take in latest policy developments.