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CLA welcomes Commons’ acceptance of Scrap Metal Bill
The CLA has welcomed the Third Reading of the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill as part of its “Scrap the Cash” campaign.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [14 November 2012]
CLA welcomes progress on Scrap Metal Dealers Bill
The CLA today (13 July) welcomed the passing of the second reading of Richard Ottaway MP's new Scrap Metal Dealers Bill as part of its ongoing “Scrap the Cash” campaign.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [13 July 2012]
Victory for CLA’s Scrap the Cash campaign
The CLA has won its campaign to have cash payments by scrap metal dealers banned.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [14 March 2012]
Government push on metal theft ‘welcome’ but case not made for more regulation, says CLA
The CLA today (8 February) welcomed the confirmation by two Government ministers of a clampdown on metal theft by taking the cash out of the system and introducing sentences that reflect the consequences of the crime.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [8 February 2012]
Government moves on scrap metal theft following CLA campaign
The Government today (26 January) announced its intention to change the law to clamp down on scrap metal theft in the wake of the CLA’s “Scrap the Cash” campaign.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [26 January 2012]
CLA ‘disappointed’ at lack of Government support for Metal Theft Bill
The CLA today (20 January) expressed its disappointment at the Government’s decision to object to MP Graham Jones’ Metal Theft (Prevention) Bill.
[News and Press/News Archive] - [20 January 2012]
Home Office supports CLA’s Scrap the Cash campaign
The CLA today (6 January) said Home Office Minister Lord Henley had accepted its suggestion to “take the cash out of scrap” in his statement that the scrap metal industry could face tougher regulation as the Government gets serious about cracking down on...
[News and Press/News Archive] - [6 January 2012]
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