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07 Mar 2019

Online hotel booking: principles for businesses

The Competition and Markets Authority has set out its view on what online accommodation booking companies need to do to ensure that they comply with consumer law. The principles for online hotel booking companies, travel agents and hotel co...

26 Feb 2019

British Summer time = potential loss of an hours trading

In last month’s article on British Summer time, we warned of the potential loss of an hours trading. With Sunday 31st March 2019 a little over a month away, if you want to avoid this potential loss of trade, the deadline for a TEN is looming...

22 Feb 2019

Sheffield Crown Court rule on issue of succeeds in claim for public interest immunity in taxi licensing case

As recently reported on the local government lawyer website, the Recorder of Sheffield (sitting with two Justices of the Peace) has allowed Rotherham MBC to exercise public interest immunity in a taxi appeal.Public interest immunity  (PII) ...

21 Feb 2019

How will Brexit impact the flow of personal data?

The Information Commission Office has in the lead up to BREXIT published 6 steps business should take in preparation for leaving the EU.While this article is not specifically aimed at the Lesiure industry, Elizabeth Denham (the UK Information Co...

20 Feb 2019

Gambling - New advertising standards regarding children and young people

The Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP), which along with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) regulate advertising in the UK, has recently released new standards aimed at protecting children and young people from irresponsible advertisi...

20 Feb 2019

Gambling - LCCP consultation launched

On 14th February the Gambling Commission opened a new consultation concerning proposed changes to the LCCP (Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice).  The consultation will close on 9th May 2019.The proposed changed relate to the LCCP soci...