POLICE will take a "common sense" approach to enforcing a new alcohol ban on ScotRail trains and will not arrest everyone caught with a drink after 9pm.
POLICE will take a \"common sense\" approach to enforcing a new alcohol ban on ScotRail trains and will not arrest everyone caught with a drink after 9pm.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON Transport Correspondent
British Transport Police are instead aiming to focus on preventing people who are already drunk from getting on services and will respond to incidents where passengers refuse to heed warnings from train staff to stop drinking.
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