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SPOT THE DIFFERENCE
Short Measure Full Measure
OK, not a difficult one, so no prizes for the winners. You might be surprised, however, that some people from those working in pubs to those working in Government think they are both the same! Perhaps they are fooled by the marking on the glass that says they are both a pint. If you are served beer like that in the glass on the right, tell your friends. If it's like that in the glass on the left (and they aren't happy about making it look like the one on the right), tell these people:
Trading Standards
Portsmouth - 023 9283 4252 Hampshire - 0845 6030081

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