Scotland’s drink-Drive limit will be slashed just days before the Christmas party season. The limit, which will now be roughly the equivalent of one pint or a small glass of wine, will come into force on December 5. The Scottish Government will lower the 35mics of alcohol per 100mls of breath limit to just 22mics per 100mls of breath. Health workers have claimed the change could prevent as many as 30 deaths each year, but Brian MacDowall of the Alliance of British Drivers hit out at the move. He said: “The UK Government looked at introducing similar moves after the last election but concluded there was not real cause for changing the existing regulations. “Scotland seems to be going its own way but is entirely out of sync with the rest of the UK.