Legal & policy
CTSI welcomes election date
The election brings 'opportunity for renewed investments in the vital work of Trading Standards'
CTSI launches new manifesto
CTSI's is calling for measures including a £100m investment in Trading Standards
Opinion: Bad habits, good intentions
The push to stub out smoking is encouraging, but will require more enforcement resources
Govt launches trading consultation
The consultation will examine hidden fees, fake reviews and unit pricing practices
Govt announces UKCA U-turn
British businesses can now use the CE mark as well as the UKCA mark indefinitely
In conversation: Yvonne Fovargue
The APPG on Consumer Protection Chair discusses why Trading Standards matters
An attack of the vapours
Thanks to feedback from our members, CTSI has achieved results on non-compliant vapes
Prosecutions and pitfalls
Useful advice on how to prevent a case collapsing due to a technicality
Govt abandons REUL sunset clause
The Government has backed down on plans to scrap consumer protection laws
Government replaces BEIS with new dept
The Government has created a new Department for Business and Trade to replace BEIS
Trading Standards focus of REUL debate
Peers raise concerns about Retained EU Law Bill's impact on Trading Standards
Forthcoming attractions
CTSI will be taking a proactive stance on a range of issues, says Duncan Stephenson
CTSI-led coalition calls for REUL delay
CTSI has written an open letter urging for the Retained EU Law Bill's deadline to be scrapped
‘More time needed’ for EU Law Bill
CTSI is calling on the Government to delay the 'sunset clause' for EU laws
Return to imperial ‘could cost millions’
A poll shows that a return to imperial measures could cost taxpayers millions of pounds
Understanding the ABCs of CBD
Laura Phillips examines the legal context within which the CBD sector operates