Scotland is to become the first country in the world to set a minimum alcohol price, which is aimed at helping kids.
The excitement is oozing through Scotland today as new plans are to be made so there is a minimum price on a unit of alcohol, making it more affordable for those not so financially stable.
This is ever more prominent within the youth of the country, who find themselves desperate for that first sip of white lightning after a hard days schooling.
Now, with the news of low-cost alcohol, the kids of Scotland are more than ready to spend their pocket money.
Tommy McShane, 13, was first to express his joy, telling Pseudo News: “This is well good! Finally, I can buy myself a drink from the corner shop and won’t have to drink my dad’s.
“School has become mega stressful lately and I really need something to help calm me down.”
However, there have been some concerns raised by health officials who believe that this will promote alcoholism to all of the youths across the UK.
Speaking in parliament today, an MP said: “Scotland is prepared to destroy the lives of children across the nation and this cannot go further.
“If this is what independence would look like, then I don’t want to see it.”
So get saving your pocket money kids and store as much alcohol in your school bags as possible before they cancel the idea.