Convenience store operators have highlighted key issues they want the new government to resolve after the General Election on 8 June.
The Association of Convenience Stores has urged political parties not to use the minimum wage as a bargaining tool ahead of the surprise General Election on 8 June.
The government is mulling the launch of a deposit return scheme for bottles and cans despite an outcry from convenience stores all over the UK.
The ACS has urged the government to ensure councils are given full discretion over the business rates relief fund, and called for decisions to be made quickly.
The Scottish Grocers Federation has likened its ongoing dispute with the Scottish government over a bottle deposit return scheme to the “war of attrition” portrayed in classic HBO Series The Wire.
The Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) has slammed recommendations for restrictions on alcohol promotions and siting in-store.
The National Living Wage (NLW) may have had a disproportionate effect on convenience stores and other micro and small businesses, the Low Pay Commission (LPC) has admitted.
Representatives of subpostmasters who have lost funds or their businesses due to accounting discrepancies have been given the green light to pursue a legal claim against Post Office Limited.
MPs have called on the government to do more to restrict deep discounting and price promotions on the sale of unhealthy food and drink.
Gillett’s Callington, the South West Spar multiple, has come out top in mainland England in a recent audit from Serve Legal.
The Association of Convenience Stores’ pleas for more time before convenience retailers are forced to comply with the government’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) programme have landed on receptive ears.
More than 180,000 consumer products were reformulated globally in 2016, with sugar and sodium the most targeted ingredients for removal among food and drinks companies, according to new research.
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