The Local Government Association has launched a scheme, the local government open data incentive scheme, that provides monetary incentives for councils to publish data on specific themes in standard tabular formats.
An amendment to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill has been proposed to make it an offence to assault a worker who is required to enforce or comply with the Licensing Act 2003, either in the course of that worker’s employment or by reason of that worker’s employment.
The Home Office has today announced that new pledges have been made as part of the industry’s continuing commitment to the government’s Public Health Responsibility Deal – building on its progress towards removing one billion units from the market and responsible labelling.
Further to the Government’s earlier announcement on plans to kerb the proliferation of High Street betting shops, a Private Members' Bill, Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (Betting Shops) Bill, was introduced yesterday.
Briefly, in 2012 Aylesbury Vale DC prosecuted Call a Cab for acting as a private hire operator without a licence from the district council together with Mr Raja, for aiding and abetting the commission of the offences.