Government response to independent review of online secondary ticketing facilities

BEIS and DCMS have published the government's response to the independent review of consumer protection measures concerning online secondary ticketing facilities. The DCMS' further supplementary memorandum for the Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee addresses amendments to the Digital Economy Bill tabled for consideration for debate at the Report stage in the House of Lords, which includes a new clause to confer power to make regulations to create a criminal office of breaching limits on internet and other ticket sales.

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