Landlords have been criticised for charging 'hugely inflated' prices for soft drinks.
Trading standards officials found pubs charging up to pounds 2.25 for a small bottle of water, pounds 1.70 for half a pint of Coke and pounds 1.65 for a small orange juice.
In Birmingham, landlords were found to be charging up to pounds 1.35 for half a pint of orange squash compared with just 10p in Northumberland.
The findings come in the run-up to Christmas when motorists are urged to leave their car at home if they go out drinking.
Diane Telford, from the Trading Standards Institute, said: 'Our colleagues in the police are currently waging their annual …