The dangers of disloyalty
Traders’ efforts to entice new business can create problems for enforcement
Our next CEO must love the word ‘no’
Meaningful change doesn't happen without overcoming opposition
Voices from the Front Line
We hear from frontline officers about this year's strains on enforcement
Delivering ‘gold standard’ service
The work of one outstanding TSO shows the difference trading standards can make
Fighting another deadly pandemic
Lord Toby Harris warns there is still work to do to stem the flow of knives to children
In partnership against the pandemic
How the OPSS plays a central role in supporting local authorities and businesses
10 years of the Consumer Code
Noel Hunter looks back on the achievements of the scheme over the past decade
Doing without… enforcers
How enforcement professionals showed their true colours during the lockdown
Home truths about public protection
Coronavirus has shown how much we depend upon those whose job it is to keep us safe
When uncertain meets unprecedented
How will COVID-19 affect the Government’s intention of seeing through the EU Exit?
Sometimes invisible, always inspirational
How trading standards officers have risen to the many challenges of COVID-19
Doing without… test purchasing
How test purchases help keep harmful products out of young people's reach
No such thing as an ‘everyday’ tragedy
Why a fire which claimed 72 lives should never be described as an ‘everyday occurrence’
Seeing red over the ‘red tape challenge’
We should not accept any attempts to weaken hard-won consumer protections
Matt Allwright: Letting away with it
Unscrupulous landlords and agents have plagued the housing market for years
Don’t get a nasty scare this Halloween
A new campaign highlights the dangers surrounding children's Halloween costumes