MEPs vote to wind back clocking
Members of the European Parliament have voted to tackle odometer tampering
Celebrating consumer heroes
This year's CTSI Hero Award ceremony takes place in London on June 20
New measures to beat nuisance calls
Govt proposals would make bosses personally liable for nuisance calls.
Crime networks forge ahead in fakes
A new EUIPO report shows counterfeiting incentives for criminal gangs
Scammers in the summer
We explore the consumer protection issues that arise in the summer months
The real cost of fake goods
Counterfeits may seem harmless to consumers, but the risks are real
Enforcement balance at sporting events
How enforcers can help to create balance at major events like Birmingham 2022
Govt tackles rogue letting agents
New govt measures could mean an end to the scourge of rogue agents
Doing without… Metrology
Eleni Chalkidou explains why without the father of trading standards, we’d be nowhere
A blueprint for a better Brexit?
Could the Consumer Green Paper mean a chance to plan for a better independent UK?
Interview: Andrew Griffiths
Andrew Griffiths is off to a good start but what are his plans for the future?
Matt Allwright: Offensive Weapons
By focusing on the weapons is the media just chasing after phantoms?
CPPD Module 14: Car Hire
Bring your knowledge of this crucial area up to speed with our CPPD test
CPPD Module 13: Roofing Scams
Find out how to spot the telltale signs that a rogue roofer is at work
CPPD Module 12: Sunbed Compliance
A reminder of how important compliance testing is to the sunbed industry
CPPD Module 11: E-cigarettes
Brush up on how the TRPRs affect the sale of e-cigarettes and vape pens in the UK