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The Energy Saving Centre Ltd who trade as Energiglass have been fined a total of £48,000 at Leeds Crown Court for breaching consumer protection legislation, repeated across the country and some offending involving elderly or vulnerable people.
Mr Wali pleaded guilty to fraudulent trading over an 18 month period and 5 offences of selling counterfeit non duty paid cigarettes and was ordered to pay costs of £1,500 plus a victim surcharge of £85 bringing his total bill to £1,585. He was also ordered to do 60 hours of unpaid work.
Mr Merza Alipoor from Bradford appeared at Bradford Magistrates Court for selling illegal cigarettes and hand rolling tobacco at his business and was found guilty.
Give up cigarettes for good by making a pledge on No Smoking Day which takes place on Wednesday 13 March.
Batley’s Historic Charter of Incorporation to be Restored in 150th Year! Kirklees Council and West Yorkshire Archive Service are delighted to announce that as part of the Batley 150 celebrations they will be working together to restore the remarkable document that created the Borough of Batley exactly 150 years ago. The unique Charter of Incorporation, which was issued by Queen Victoria in December 1868, gave the people of Batley the power to elect a borough council who set up and ran public services for the good of the town and its people