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Duty Free RETURNS: Cheap alcohol as tax scrapped from January post-Brexit

A bottle of Champagne or Prosecco will be £2.86 cheaper, while a can of beer will be 38p less expensive.

Treasury Minister Kemi Badenoch said: “The government is taking advantage of the opportunity provided by the UK’s new relationship with the EU to enable passengers travelling from GB to the EU to purchase duty-free excise goods once they have passed security controls at airports, ports, and train stations on international routes, on the same basis as currently applies to passengers travelling to non-EU destinations.

“This means passengers travelling from GB won’t have to pay UK VAT and excise duty on these purchases of alcohol and tobacco products when they travel to an EU destination.

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