The Scotch Whisky industry, which is a vital part of the UK economy and adds almost £5 billion in value every year, was celebrated this week (4 February) at Westminster.
David Frost, CEO Scotch Whisky Association
Speech to Whiskies & Spirits Conference - New York, 24 February 2015
New research shows Scotch Whisky contributes almost £5bn to the UK economy and supports 40,300 UK jobs
Robert Burns’ birthday will be toasted tonight (25 January) across the country with a wee dram of Scotch Whisky. If every adult in the UK raises a toast to Robert Burns and enjoys one dram, Chancellor George Osborne will pocket £38.7 million in duty.
Small distillers across Britain have joined forces to call on George Osborne to cut the rate of duty on alcohol to facilitate growth of the industry.
The Scotch Whisky Association is to recruit a new Global Affairs Director, responsible for all the Association’s international and EU business.
A blog looking at how Scotch Whisky connects with its home and overseas markets by air, sea, road and rail.
The vast majority of Scots think the high level of tax levied on the country’s national drink is unfair, according to a new survey.
David Williamson, SWA Government & Communications Director, on Scotch Whisky and EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
UK distillers and wine industry launch ‘Drop the Duty!’ campaign calling for a 2% cut in duty