Plymouth city council payday - Cllr Tudor Evans: Making a cooperative difference ~ Co
Plymouth City Council gives cautious welcome to plans for tougher regulations on payday lending which targets people who are in financial difficulty.
Plymouth council becomes first to ban payday loan ads on billboards. City council is blocking access to websites and ads on billboards and bus stops in drive to
Payday loan adverts have been banned from billboards and bus stops by Plymouth City Council, while Cheshire East Council has banned …
By Cllr Tudor Evans Leader of Plymouth City Council and Vice Chair of the CCIN In Liverpool the council is looking at developing a fair alternative to payday
Last month Plymouth City Council did something that each and every Labour controlled Council up and down the country should be doing at their next Council meeting: they banned pay day lenders from advertising on billboards and bus shelters and they stopped pay day websites being accessed through any council computer
Despite the payday loan industry and not necessarily held by Citizens Advice. Plymouth is a city of just over 200,000 adults Plymouth City Council.