MP John Grogan plans to submit an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons in a bid to stop supermarkets selling alcohol cheaply. Grogan, who is also the chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Beer Group and MP for Selby, is calling for better regulation and supervision of the off-trade, due to the current differences in alcohol pricing between supermarkets and pubs. The MP said: “The pub industry has put its house in order, so it is unacceptable to have 20 cans of strong lager as a loss leader in our major supermarkets. “There is no more decisive current issue concerning the future viability of pubs than the debate concerning the big retailers’ pricing policy.”