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Sunday Trading Rules May Be Relaxed for Supermarkets

Supermarkets may soon be able to open for longer hours under government plans to help boost the...

CMA Calls For Emergency Legislation To Pursue Opportunist Retailers

The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has called for the UK Government to introduce new emergency legislation...

Consumers Struggle to Get Refunds for Holiday Bookings

With flights, accommodation, tours and holiday plans disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic, consumers are expressing increasing...

New Consumer Guidelines For UK Fertility Clinics

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is to issue consumer law guidelines for the IVF sector to...

Online giants pledge to tackle fake online reviews

Facebook and eBay have signed agreements pledging to combat the use of fake and misleading reviews on...

Customers Sue Ticketmaster Over Major Data Protection Breach

Ticketmaster is facing a £5 million claim following a major data breach of its UK websites last...

Greater Protection for Consumers as Claims Management Companies Come Under FCA Regulation

Regulation of Claims Management Companies has, from 1st April 2019, been transferred from the Claims Management Regulator...

New Cars to have Automatic Speed Limiters as Standard by 2022

New car safety rules agreed by the European Union will see automatic speed limiters become standard features...

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