BBC News 24
11 minutes
The president has been briefed on the situation in London. He just spoke 2pm May and we will have a lead out on that situation and that call soon. We obviously condemn today's attack on Westminster which the UK is treating as an act of terrorism. We applaud the quick response that.
BBC News 24
21 minutes
I was very surprised. Parliament is always ready to act immediately. I was in there when it happened, we were doing a course, so we had been told not ever to go.
BBC News 24
2 hours
We obviously condemn today's attack on Westminster which the United Kingdom is treating as an act of terrorism. We applaud the quick response that the British police and the first responders made to the situation. The victims in this are in our thoughts and our prayers. The City of London and Her Majesty's government have the full support.
Sky News
3 hours
charge of this investigation, is as police to take charge or the security services now, what happens from here quizzing up terrorism in the UK is a crime not an act of war. We investing only charge we prosecute. It is the police who are the Lee, supported by the security agencies. It is the world of intelligence, the.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
great Consumer will return to in a moment. You are great Consumer Rights Act in and we appreciate what you're doing. I used to work for Google so I am fairly familiar with website development and advertising
Sky News
3 hours
improved the situation in London. He does for the Prime Minister made and we will have a readout on the situation in that call soon. We obviously condemned today's attack in the wet -- Westminster, which the United Kingdom is treating as an act of terrorism. We applaud the quick response.
Channel 4
3 hours
I focused on the people around me. I didn't realise he carried on to Parliament. What goes through your mind when you see something like that? You say, here is a madman? A tragedy? An act of terrorism? I genuinely thought it was an accident
Sky News
3 hours
a bag on the conveyor belt, get search, get scanned, gate with some people send it. I know that is quite, previously they been quite keen to keep that act as a big and it ended out really quickly. I would think there will be a.
Sky News
3 hours
Westminster, which the United Kingdom is treating as an act of terrorism, and we applaud the quick response that the British police and the first responders made it to the situation, the victims in this, our thoughts and our prayers. The City of London and her majesties Government have the full support.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
this market. It's why the four sites are not combined with the Human Rights Act. When we sell a primary ticket, we are obliged to comply with the consumer rights act. You have to list all the information but the.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
single primary agent we deal with. It sets a standard customer services terms. All the things you would expect, we have a relationship with his people and we know who to talk to. Viagogo are indivisible. I'd like to see a contract, I'd like to see the consumer rights act in force. -- Viagogo are.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
light Rights Act has been in existence for two light years and there has Rights Act has been in existence for two light years and there has not been a single prosecution two light years and there has not been a single prosecution under that legislation. There is no been a single prosecution under that legislation. There is no national Trading Standards body. It was pleasing to seeing the Budget there is money set aside for Trading Standards to be able to investigate and bring prosecutions on Standards to be able to investigate and bring prosecutions on a national level. The other aspect of this,.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
you the seat which is what we not actually tell you the seat which is what we have to tell not actually tell you the seat which is what we have to tell you by law. If is what we have to tell you by law. If I know that, I will cancel the tickets. So the law needs to change? Yes, the other problem tickets. So the law needs to change? Yes, the other problem with the Consumer Rights Act, even if that was complied with truly, when they come to sporting.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
Standing events, which a lot of music events are... The other problem we have, you have asked people earlier, had you done anything about it? The fact is there is nobody that we can go anything about it? The fact is there is nobody that we can go to to bring a prosecution. Trading Standards around the country, the Consumer Rights Act has been in around the country, the Consumer Rights Act has been in existence for two.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
They just audience are standing. -- Green Day cake. They just had general access to the floor. Does that make things difficult for you, does the Consumer Rights Act need to amend the information on tickets? I don't think it is sufficient. First of all,.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
conversations early on about whether that is sufficient consumer protection or it is not being enforced. The answer is protection or it is not being enforced. The answer is that is not enough protection and enforced. The answer is that is not enough protection and it is not being enforced. The sites are starting to comply with the Consumer Rights Act more and as Keith.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
said, clearly in the act it states you have to list clearly in the act it states you have to list rule, blog and seat number. Where the listed for the 22nd of June Ed Sheeran gig? Know they were not
BBC Parliament
4 hours
the next page, there appears something called secure delivery charge. No explanation what it is and it's five to 95 and you cannot avoid it. So that £5,000 ticket has cost to over £6,000. I can't identify that ticket because Viagogo don't follow the consumer rights act. There was a clause in that act which says all seats need to be identified by.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
we do? Following the conversation we had earlier, I'd like to see the consumer rights act enforced. I understand the implications of them allegedly being based in Switzerland but they do have an office with tenants may be hundreds of staff and they trade under Viagogo with a UK.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
have a huge gross each year and are able to implement a costly system and they have the ability to have one act as a control system at one venue. If you take an example of the O2 arena in London, similar to the West End, you will find up to ten different agencies selling tickets for.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
I'm looking at recommendations of Professor Waterson in his review and he talks about, let's look at secondary platforms first. He says some platforms, they have no responsibility to make sure sellers comply with the consumer rights act
BBC Parliament
4 hours
Do you think the act should make sure they do comply? Absolutely. The problem at the moment with the exception of Ticketmaster, Viagogo is completely isolated from any particular.
BBC Parliament
5 hours
commend competitors too often but what they do seems to do some good. I think the industry is trying its best within certain constraints. Thank you. In terms of the consumer rights act,.
BBC Parliament
5 hours
allowed in. If that bill-mac -- it seems sensible. That works very well for Glastonbury. In terms of being able to identify a ticket, there is current consumer rights act legislation which is a ticket is then sold on, it has to have wrote in.