Obituary: Calum Duncan FCTSI
Trading standards lost a much loved and respected colleague on 7 July 2021
New consumer vulnerability guide
A guide to help businesses look after the interests of vulnerable consumers has been launched
Natasha’s Law comes into force
New rules on food allergen labelling in the UK come into effect today
Reflecting on eight years at NTS
As NTS Chair Lord Toby Harris steps down from the role, he reflects on his tenure
Survey reveals extent of COVID scams
A survey shows that more than 2.6 million adults have been scammed since last March
Defra to speak at CTSI Symposium
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is to address delegates
John’s Journal: A crucial moment
John Herriman explains why now is an important time for trading standards
Campaign highlights allergen law
CTSI and TS Wales are supporting a campaign to reduce deaths from allergens
WhatsApp scam targets families
A new scam involves fraudsters posing as family members and asking for money
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
At home with the Tenant Fees Act
What impact has the Tenant Fees Act 2019 had on the lives of tenants? 
New self-storage code of practice
A new trading standards initiative is cracking down on criminals using self-storage
Scammers use NHS COVID pass texts
A new scam is using the NHS COVID pass scheme to steal people's information
Vulnerability paper published
The Motor Ombudsman explores how consumers on social media can be supported
Warning issued over chainsaw discs
A dangerous angle-grinder accessory could cause injury or death, the OPSS has said