Ban on drink sponsorship will cripple Irish sports

June 2013
Daily Mail;6/10/2013, p43
CONGRATULATIONS to Róisín Shortall and Labour for bringing in a bill to stop sports sponsorship by alcohol companies. Undoubtedly now, after a European Cup match, people will no longer be rushing to the pub or to their home to drink a Heineken.


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