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Mar
18
Shadow Chancellor urges licensees to accept CitizenCards as valid ID
Posted by Laura McClelland on 18 March 2013 11:24 AM
Originally posted 19-3-2012 In the run up to this week's Budget Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has plenty on his plate.  But speaking at the Wigan Labour Gala Dinner on Friday 9 th March 2012 Rt Hon Ed Balls, MP for Morley & Outwood, reassured CitizenCard’s Marketing Manager Nigel Catlow that he fully supported CitizenCard and other PASS cards as a cost-effective and straightforward proof of age/ID for young adults.  Ed Balls joined Makerfield MP Yvonne Fovargue, Manchester Central MP Tony Lloyd and Wigan MP Lisa Nandy in agreeing to promote CitizenCard in their constituencies.  He added that since the Coalition had binned national ID cards the Government had a particular responsibility to ensure PASS cards were promoted to young adults and accepted throughout the licensed trade. ...
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Mar
18
Originally posted 12-3-2012 Roger Godsiff MP applauds Birmingham, Hall Greens’ adoption of ‘No ID, No Sale’ policy to stop children buying age-restricted products such as alcohol and tobacco Mr Roger Godsiff, on Friday 9 March 2012 called on local retailers to support the ‘No ID, No Sale!’ campaign which seeks to ensure that only adults can buy lottery, tobacco and other age-restricted goods.  Roger was speaking at More News (Birmingham B26), where he was joined by proprietor A. S. Atwal, proprietor of Manns Supersave Kuldip Singh and CitizenCard’s Chief Executive Andrew Chevis.  The Birmingham, Hall Green MP said that following the new government’s decision to abolish National ID cards, schemes such as CitizenCard were...
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Mar
18
Originally posted 5-3-2012 Stephen Twigg  MP applauds Liverpool, West Derby’ adoption of ‘No ID, No Sale’ policy to stop children buying age-restricted products such as alcohol and tobacco Mr Stephen Twigg, Shadow Secretary of State for Education, on Friday 2 March 2012, called on local retailers to support the ‘No ID, No Sale!’ campaign which seeks to ensure that only adults can buy lottery, tobacco and other age-restricted goods.  Stephen was speaking at Kal’s News (Liverpool L12), where he was joined by proprietor Mr Adel Al-Gawany, CitizenCards Marketing Manager Nigel Catlow and students from Cardinal Heenan High School. The West Derby MP said that following the new government’s decision to abolish...
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Mar
18
Originally posted 28-2-2012 Gordon Banks MP applauds Ochil and South Perthshire’ adoption of ‘No ID, No Sale’ policy to stop children buying age-restricted products such as alcohol and tobacco   Mr Gordon Banks, Friday 24 February 2012 called on local retailers to support the ‘No ID, No Sale!’ campaign which seeks to ensure that only adults can buy lottery, tobacco and other age-restricted goods.  Gordon was speaking at Premier Number One (Alloa FK10), where he was joined by Store Manager Elizabeth Sullivan and CitizenCard’s Chief Executive Andrew Chevis. The Ochil and South Perthshire MP said that following the UK government’s decision to abolish National ID cards, schemes such as ...
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Mar
18
Originally posted 27-2-2012 Mike Crockart MP applauds Edinburgh West shops’ adoption of ‘No ID, No Sale’ policy to stop children buying age-restricted products such as alcohol and tobacco Mr Mike Crockart MP, Friday 24 February 2012 called on local retailers to support the ‘No ID, No Sale!’ campaign which seeks to ensure that only adults can buy lottery, tobacco and other age-restricted goods.  Mike was speaking at Scotmid Co Operative (Edinburgh West), where he was joined by Store Manager Fraser Purvis, Scotmid Compliance Officer, Ian Lovie and CitizenCard’s Chief Executive Andrew Chevis. The Edinburgh West MP said that following the UK government’s decision to abolish National ID cards, schemes ...
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Mar
18
Change on the cards in Buckinghamshire
Posted by Laura McClelland on 18 March 2013 11:12 AM
Originally posted 20-2-2012 From today, February 20 th 2012,  the single bus fare discounts available for Buckinghamshire ‘Make More’ CitizenCard holders aged 16 and 17, will be changing. This is the first time fares have changed since the scheme started in May 2007. Only journeys beginning and ending in Buckinghamshire will be valid and these fares will increase to £1.20, with certain longer journeys increasing to £1.50. Buckinghamshire County Council Cabinet member for Planning and Transport, Peter Hardy said “Buckinghamshire County Council has run this scheme for five years and this is the first increase to the discounted fare in that time. The decision reflects the need for vital budget savings while still providing an accessible discount scheme for 16 and 17 year olds which is significantly cheaper than adult fares.” In addition to reduced ...
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