Counterfeit goods
Not good enough to be true
What can be done to better protect consumers from dangerous fakes?
Fake golf goods seller sentenced
A man who sold fake golfing merchandise has been given a suspended prison sentence
Fake fancy dress seller fined
A business has been fined after dangerous fancy dress items were found on sale
Trader sentenced over fake electricals
A man who sold fake electrical products online has been given a suspended prison sentence
Real Deal hits 10-year milestone
The Real Deal campaign has chalked up 10 years of fighting fake goods
Global damage of IP theft revealed
A ”harrowing and disturbing” picture of the effects of counterfeiting is emerging
Warning over bank holiday fakes
Staffordshire Trading Standards is urging people to avoid buying counterfeit goods
ACG highlights Brexit concerns
The Anti-Counterfeiting Group is calling for international alliances to remain after Brexit
Woman sentenced for online fakes
A woman has been convicted of selling counterfeit superhero costumes online
Market trader fined over counterfeits
A Dagenham market trader has been fined for selling fake Chanel products
Illegal tobacco seller prosecuted
A shopkeeper in East Sussex has been given a suspended jail term and fined
Fake cigarettes seized in Oxford
Officers found fake cigarettes displayed alongside legitimate brands
Joint operation seizes fake goods
An operation involving Trading Standards has seized £2.5m worth of unsafe products
Fakes warning for Christmas shoppers
Christmas shoppers are being warned to avoid buying fake and potentially dangerous toys
West Yorks tackles illicit tobacco
The West Yorkshire Trading Standards Illegal Tobacco team has been awarded
Military medals: a matter of honour
Ahead of Remembrance Day, we look at the worrying spread of fake military medals