What Age Can You Sell Alcohol?

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In the UK there is no minimum age defined to be the allowed age to sell alcohol except that set down by education rules. However, when alcohol is served on its own any person under 18 must have permission from a licensee. The situation is almost similar for supermarkets where permission from an adult colleague is required.
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