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07 Mar 2012
UK gambling operators will risk infringing the rights of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) if they operate dedicated Olympics betting microsites or promote special offers in conjunction with bets on Games events,...
06 Mar 2012
More than 20 major high street retailers are to write to their landlords asking to be allowed to pay rents on a monthly rather than quarterly basis, according to press reports.
15 Feb 2012
The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) (Establishment) Order has now been laid before Parliament and will come into force on 9 March, subject to no objections being received from Members of Parliament, who have 40 days in which they can overturn...
09 Feb 2012
Coventry City Council has revealed images of its proposed £300 million regeneration plan, following consultations with local residents over the last three years. The proposals include increasing the existing retail space by more that 70%.
02 Feb 2012
The consumer protection regulator is investigating "a number" of gym and fitness companies for potential unfair contract terms, it has announced.
18 Jan 2012
EU law allows governments to pay simple rather than compound interest when repaying overpaid tax, an advisor to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has said.
12 Jan 2012
An EU-wide investigation into consumer credit websites has revealed that 70% of sites assessed displayed incomplete or misleading information about deals that were on offer, the European Commission has said.
10 Jan 2012
The value of reported fraud cases against UK businesses reached a record £2 billion in 2011, according to a report.
06 Jan 2012
The Canadian Patent Office has granted online retail giant Amazon a patent for a 'one-click' payment method for processing transactions, according to reports.
05 Jan 2012
Comet sold fake CDs containing illegally copied software to UK consumers, Microsoft has claimed.