CTSI can provide expert expert opinion on national trading standards policy and legislation. However, if you are looking for details of a specific case it is most likely a matter for the local authority trading standards team.
The latest chapter in Scotland’s drive to reduce the harm caused by smoking will target adults who buy cigarettes for young people.
Three Leicester men have been sentenced to a total of five and half years in prison at Leicester Crown Court Friday 3 November for selling defective, unroadworthy and dangerous vehicles to customers from across the East Midlands.
Figures published by London Trading Standards show the good news that the vast majority of shops across the capital are rightly refusing to sell fireworks to young people. It is illegal to sell “adult” fireworks (category F2) to anyone under 18
CEO of the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI), Leon Livermore, met with government Ministers and consumer groups yesterday to discuss the potential impact of Britain’s impending exit from the EU.
National Trading Standards (NTS) prevented nearly £127 million in losses to consumers and businesses over the last year, new figures from the third annual Consumer Harm Report reveal. This represents an increase of more than a third on last year and takes the total losses prevented by NTS over the last three years to nearly half a billion pounds (over £471 million).