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Put Fans First

04 February 2015

As you may be aware, recent amendments to the Consumer Rights Bill that would introduce transparency to the secondary ticket market were recently defeated in the House of Commons. Discussions are currently ongoing that could see an agreement being reached. Whether an agreement is reached or not, the issue will come back to the Commons for further discussion and legislation.

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Ticket Abuse has therefore been pulled together to create as much pressure to support a change in the law on secondary ticketing, especially through members of the public writing to their MPs. This would be a hugely helpful step in persuading MPs that this is an issue that needs addressing.

To find out more about what the current situation is in Parliament regarding Ticket Abuse and to find the template letter to send to your MP click here.

 

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