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Retailers who charge excessive amounts for processing credit and debit cards will no longer be able to do so, after ministers said they were pressing ahead with plans to outlaw the practise. The OFT first announced the decision last December. "Traders will no longer be able to make a profit by charging the consumer for cr...
SNP press release Commenting on the tobacco ban – which ends the open display of tobacco products in large shops and sales from self-service tobacco vending machi...
Toby Perkins said that he welcomed the change in Tory policy regarding where and how pubs can purchase alcohol. “It’s the action we’ve been calling on for a year ...
Labour Party press release As figures from CAMRA show that pub closures have risen to 18 a week, Labour will use its first Opposition Day Debate of 2013 to hold ...
People are being treated for drug addiction problems quicker than ever, with 90 per cent of people starting treatment within three weeks. New figures show the SN...
Norman Lamb said banks "shouldn't be making a profit" on credit and debit card charges. "There is a legitimate cost and part of the consultation is to ensure that...
09/01/2013 on Daybreak, ITV1
01/09/2012 on Sky News
24/08/2012 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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14/05/2012 on The World at One, BBC Radio 4
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