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January

Government postpones £80 fine for drive offs

 

BP appoints new UK trading manager

 

ACS launches Community Heroes Award 2009

 

Cost of motoring falls in December

The cost of running a car fell in December, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics. Its Consumer Price Index (CPI) showed a

Healthy appetite for retail property market

 

ACS meets minister to discuss financial help for retailers

 

Esso and Tchibo withdraw Nazi slogan posters

Tchibo and Esso have withdrawn advertising posters at petrol stations after discovering they featured a slogan which was used by the Nazis on the gate at the Buchenwald concentration camp. The ad campaign, which began in early January, used the expression

Oil companies slammed for biofuel failure

 

UKPIA launches new safety forum

 

Government plans £80 fines for drive-offs

The government is planning to introduce fixed penalty fines for drive-offs at petrol stations. The proposal, which would mean an on-the-spot-fine of £80 for offenders, is part of a new raft of extra powers proposed to be added to the controversial fixed penalty fines. Others include being caught with

As ESSO and BP join Shell and Gulf in launching new loyalty programmes this year, are such schemes a key tool for businesses today?