Consumer Council for Northern Ireland response to HM Treasury consultation on the Reform of Air Pass
Consumer Council’s response to the Northern Ireland Environment Agency’s Consultation on the Propose
The Consumer Council brought the voice of consumers to the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee (NIAC) in Westminster today
Reports that the cost of motoring continues to escalate will come as no shock to Northern Ireland (NI) consumers, who face some of the highest fuel costs along with the highest cost for insurance anywhere in the UK.
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has announced its intention to conduct an inquiry into the issue of Air Passenger Duty (APD) and how this impacts on Northern Ireland (NI) consumers. A review of APD is currently out for consultation by HM Treasury(1).
Translink’s announcement to hold its current fare levels will come as a relief to Northern Ireland consumers who have had to endure cost of living increases during 2011, but improvements are needed to encourage people onto public transport.
The Northern Ireland Fuel Poverty Coalition today briefed the Committee for Social Development at the Northern Ireland Assembly over the increasingly serious levels of fuel poverty in Northern Ireland.
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