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Public houses in the UK are a long-established feature of UK culture and remain popular among both residents and tourists. Nevertheless, the UK pub market has struggled massively in recent years, as prices in the UK on-trade have risen rapidly as a result of high alcohol duty increases, coupled with a period of weak consumer expenditure and a long-term decline in overall alcohol consumption throughout the UK. In 2014, it is estimated that aggregate pub turnover in the UK declined by a further 1.5%.
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