This guide draws together the most up to date information available from Government, regulators and business websites to provide you, the consumer, with useful information in the event of a “no-deal” EU Exit scenario.
Last updated 3 October 2019
ScamwiseNI partnership to deliver workshops across Northern Ireland
John French, Chief Executive of The Consumer Council said, “We welcome the publication of the Utility Regulator’s plan to investigate SSE Airtricity."
The latest Family Spending in the UK Survey shows that an average household in Northern Ireland spends nearly 8%, or £240, per year more on buying food and non-alcoholic drinks than the UK average.
The Consumer Council launch new “Consumer Champion badge with The Boys’ Brigade Belfast Battalion (7th Newtownabbey)
How well do you know your consumer rights? Do you know what your rights are if your flight or ferry is delayed? Would you be confident returning an item or making a purchase online?
Richard Williams, Head of Transport at The Consumer Council said, “Following the tragic accident of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302, Boeing 737 MAX 8, both the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) have temporarily suspended Boeing 737 Max aircraft in their airspace.
The Consumer Council welcomes the final report into “Access to Cash” which has been produced by LINK. The report confirmed that consumers are using cash less and less, but as a society we are not yet ready to go cashless.
The Consumer Council is advising Wow Air customers on their rights, following the announcement on Thursday 28 March that the airline has ceased operation and all flights have been cancelled.
The Consumer Council is advising passengers to check their hand luggage before taking off, following a number of enquiries.