My right hon. Friend the Home Secretary, will shortly consult on a new mandatory code of practice for alcohol retailing. This will set out compulsory licensing conditions for all alcohol retailers and will give licensing authorities new powers to clamp down on specific problems caused by groups of premises in their areas. The primary aim of the code is to reduce alcohol-related nuisance and disorder, but measures may have an additional public health benefit. Conditions being considered include requiring that on-trade bars and pubs offer a choice to customers, which includes minimum standard measures of alcohol. The precise measures are expected to be a subject of the consultation.