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Asked if the Prime Minister was thinking about stopping some shops selling alcohol at certain times, the PMS said that there were a number of different reviews underway; the BCMS expected to complete an evaluation of the impact of the Licensing Act by the end of this year. The evaluation was looking at every aspect of the Act, from crime and disorder and sales of alcohol to children to cutting red tape and A & E studies such as the one carried out by Cardiff University. There was also a Home Office review looking at the impact of the licensing regime on crime and disorder – we expected that to report in the New Year.

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