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British ministers have been drinking less wine thanks to Brexit

LONDON — Last year's vote to leave the European Union was the most momentous political act in Britain for a generation and has left an impact on almost all areas of public life — even the government's wine cellar. Sir Alan Duncan, the Minister of State at the Foreign Office, delivered the annual report on the government's hospitality wine cellar on Monday, revealing that wine consumption fell by 12% last year.
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