The CoF’s supporting role
The CTSI College of Fellows has come up with new initiatives designed to help its members
Hiding in plain sight
How Operation CeCe has brought together a network of groups to stub out the problem of illicit tobacco
Cost-of-living pressure points
What does the spiralling cost of living mean for consumer protection?
Agents of change
Could a collaboration between Trading Standards and the property sector solve an age-old problem?
Understanding the ABCs of CBD
Laura Phillips examines the legal context within which the CBD sector operates
Weighing up the options
What are the implications of a reintroduction of imperial markings for Trading Standards?
Fighting the good fight
How can trading standards harness its strengths to survive under pressure?
Speaking out for consumers
How TSOs can gain a seat at the table when new standards are being developed
Interview: Professor Kathy Hamilton
Why vulnerability affects us all, and how trading standards and academia can help each other
New borders to consumer protection
Elisabetta Sciallis and Jacqueline Minor examine how EU Exit affects UK consumers
The energy to fight climate change
Examining the role trading standards can play in the UK's shift to net zero
The Enterprise Act: A comedy of errors?
The Shakespearean drama of bringing an Enterprise Act Order against a notorious rogue trader
Touchstone Award success stories
The winners of the 2021 Touchstone Award highlight the importance of hallmarking
CTSI: new TAC a ‘curate’s egg’
CTSI queries consumer protection representation on the Commission
Looking back at Symposium 2021
CTSI Symposium 2021 served up an inspiring three days of discussion and debate
New country, new customs framework
The most noticeable effect of EU Exit for UK consumers is felt when buying goods from abroad
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