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Tag: crime

Politician With Signs

Pushing for shopworker protection

THE SCOTTISH Grocers Federation has renewed calls for the Scottish Parliament to introduce greater protections for retail workers under the law. In a letter to...

Retail industry backs crime fighting bill at Holyrood

SCOTTISH retail groups and trade associations were united in backing a bill that aims to give shop workers enhanced protection from abuse and assault. Addressing...
Person stealing a bottle of wine

Have your say on crime

The ACS is calling on retailers to provide information from the last 12 months for its 2020 Crime Survey
daniel-johnson-msp

Big step forward in fight against retail crime

Daniel Johnson MSP formally lodges Protection of Workers bill SHOPWORKERS could receive new protection under the law if MSPs back a bill that has been...
Shoplifting, violent crime and ATM ram raids are all issues facing c-stores

ACS Crime Report reveals huge cost of criminality

Crime report makes for grim reading
Victoria Atkins with the NFRN.

Protection promised

THE UK Government has vowed to explore ways in which it can give additional protection to shopworkers, particularly when they face abuse in relation to age-restricted sales
SRC

Shop crime worth 40,000 store jobs

CRIME is costing the retail industry £511m a year, according to the latest statistics from the British Retail Consortium (BRC). Its annual survey of...
HMRC officials worked for 48 hours to remove duty-fraud alcohol from three storage untis in the English Midlands.

Scots brands in duty swoop

Glens and Smirnoff seized and counterfeit High Commissioner labels found as English scheme is busted THOUSANDS of litres of Scottish-produced vodka, sold to be distributed...
May 31 was the World Health Organisation’s 2013 No Tobacco Day. One of the world’s biggest tobacco companies wonders if anti-smoking lobbyists have properly thought through the issues

Be careful what you wish for

May 31 was the World Health Organisation’s 2013 No Tobacco Day. One of the world’s biggest tobacco companies wonders if anti-smoking lobbyists have properly...
Illicit tobacco is said to take more than 100 sales a week of tobacco products from a typical legitimate tobacco reatailer.

Dodgy cigarettes cost stores £40k

Probe finds shops hit for £10,000 more each year as black market cigs take more than 20% of UK consumption TOBACCO crime is costing the...