New Tobacco and E-Cigarette Retailing Rules (UK)

Consumer Law
12/05/2017 The 12-month transitional period that allowed retailers to sell off tobacco, tobacco products and e-cigarettes that do not comply with the Standardised Packaging of Tobacco Regulations and the revised EU Tobacco Product Directive ends on 20 May, when they
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Record Fine for Nuisance Calls Company (UK)

Consumer Law
12/05/2017 A company that made 99.5m automated calls over 18 months on a wide range of topics including PPI compensation and road traffic accidents has been fined £400,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office – a record penalty for a firm
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Profiling Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (UK)

Consumer Law
20/04/2017 Comments on new profiling provisions in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are sought by the Information Commissioner’s Office, which has issued a discussion paper identifying specific issues for further debate. Feedback will inform the UK contribution to the
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Review of Park Homes Legislation (E)

Consumer Law
20/04/2017 The Mobile Homes Act 2013, which made significant changes to existing law to improve rights and protection for 85,000 owners of park homes on 2,000 sites in England, is the focus of a call for evidence that fulfills a
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Do you still carry the old Fiver?

Business
Do you still carry the old Fiver? 18/04/2017. Don’t be left out of pocket.Remember that the old £5 paper note is withdrawn from circulation on 5 May 2017 Paper £5 notes, featuring Elizabeth Fry on the reverse, will be withdrawn
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