Legal & policy
Understanding the ABCs of CBD
Laura Phillips examines the legal context within which the CBD sector operates
A new voice for Trading Standards
CTSI’s new policy chief talks about developing the influence of the Institute
‘POA’ property listings unlawful
The use of 'Price on application' on property listings has been deemed unlawful, says NTS
Consumer protection reforms welcomed
CTSI has welcomed proposed reforms, but is warning about high levels of consumer harm
CTSI speaks to BEIS Committee
CTSI has provided evidence to a Government Committee on post-pandemic growth
Caution urged on imperial markings
CTSI expresses concerns over the potential reintroduction of imperial measurements
Consumer protection must be ‘levelled up’
CTSI is calling on Government to prioritise post-Brexit consumer protection
Red flags on greenwashing
As the fight against climate change ramps up, we must be on guard against ‘greenwashing’
The Enterprise Act: A political fix
CTSI Lead Officer David Sanders offers his perspective on the efficacy of the Enterprise Act
The Enterprise Act: A comedy of errors?
The Shakespearean drama of bringing an Enterprise Act Order against a notorious rogue trader
CTSI: new TAC a ‘curate’s egg’
CTSI queries consumer protection representation on the Commission
New Welsh animal welfare plan
A five-year plan to enhance animal welfare enforcement in Wales has been unveiled
CMA warns PCR testers over pricing
The CMA is urging PCR test providers to be mindful of their obligations under consumer law
The cornerstone of CTSI policy
CTSI relies on its network of Lead Officers for their invaluable expertise
In conversation: Paul Scully MP
The Consumer Minister discusses the pressing issues facing trading standards
Opinion: Feeling puzzled?
The challenges facing trading standards make it important to look at the bigger picture