Active Consultations

Food Standards Agency: Food Law Code

The Food Standards Agency has launched a consultation on amendments to the Food Law Code of Practice (Code) for England as part of its Regulating Our Future programme to change the process of food business registration, make changes to the application of the Food Establishment Intervention Rating Scheme, and recognise national inspection strategies.

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House of Lords Select Committee: Rural Economy

The Lords Select Committee on the rural economy has published its call for evidence. The inquiry will consider how the government is performing on the rural economy, helping rural businesses to thrive and supporting investment and new industries, and supporting shops, pubs and other local amenities.

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DfT: E10 Petrol, Consumer Protection and Fuel Pump Labelling

The Department for Transport has launched a consultation which seeks feedback on:

  • proposals to ensure a continued supply of traditional E5 petrol for those motorists who will need it
  • a call for evidence on whether and how best to introduce E10 petrol
  • proposals to implement new fuel labelling as required by the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive
  • plans to change the consumer message that must accompany the sale of E10
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LINK: Access to Cash Review

The Access to Cash Review, announced earlier this year by LINK, has launched a call for evidence. The review will be independently Chaired by the former Head of the Financial Ombudsman Service, Natalie Ceeney CBE and sponsored by LINK. The Review will be supported by a panel of consumer of industry experts who will consider and examine the future needs of consumers across the UK and provide recommendations on how the UK should best respond to the challenges, and opportunities of consumers’ evolving relationship with cash and payments over the next 15 years

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DfT: The Last Mile

The Department for Transport has launched a call for evidence to improve their understanding of the opportunities and barriers to delivering goods more sustainably.

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