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29 Mar 2012
Plans to improve efficiency and streamline the Scottish planning system include proposals to link fee increases to improved performance by local authorities, the Scottish Government has announced.
Scottish councils could get new powers to penalise landlords who allow shops and homes to lie empty long-term under a new Bill currently being debated by the Scottish Parliament.
27 Mar 2012
A supermarket does not have to hand over notes from discussions with witnesses to the Office of Fair Trading as part of an ongoing legal dispute because the information was protected by 'litigation privilege', the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has...
19 Mar 2012
The Treasury's decision to bring to an end a tax loophole used by major retailers to avoid VAT charges when bringing low value goods into the UK from the Channel Islands was "consistent with EU law", according to a High Court judge.
A bill which would overturn the controversial 'football creditors rule' in England and Wales and provide for all creditors of a football club to be equally entitled to compensation where that club goes into administration is currently before Parliament....
16 Mar 2012
Groupon has agreed to change its business practices after the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) said it had found "widespread examples" of the company breaching UK consumer protection laws.
14 Mar 2012
UPDATED: Groupon breached UK advertising rules when it promoted a cosmetics treatment on its site, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has ruled.
Publishers being investigated over alleged anti-competitive behaviour in the electronic books (e-books) market will have to "remove" all "objections" the European Commission has raised in order for a settlement in the case to be negotiated, the EU's Competition...
13 Mar 2012
The Channel Islands is to challenge the Treasury's decision to bring to an end a tax loophole used by major retailers to avoid VAT charges when bringing low value goods into the UK.
12 Mar 2012
The "exemplary" handling of building projects related to the Olympic Games means that venues and infrastructure related to the summer event will be delivered on time and within budget, according to a report by an influential committee of MPs.