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We adhere to the Editors' Code Of Practice as enforced by IPSO, who are contactable for advice at IPSO Halton House, 20/23 High Holborn, EC1N 2JD.
The public is being urged to respond to a consultation on the Code of Practice which will support the new Human Transplantation (Wales) Act.
The Editors' Code of Practice Committee has launched a review of the Editors' Code that sets the rules for the British Press.
SIR - In response to your article about the code of practice for rearing pheasants and partridges in Wales ("Gamekeepers warn against code of practice 'tinkering'", (Country & Farming April 20), I would like to set the record straight on a number of points.
The PCC takes complaints about the editorial content of publications under the Editors' Code of Practice, a copy of which can be found at websitewww.
PEUGEOT has signed-up its UK dealer network to a new industry-wide code of practice designed to enhance standards of car servicing and repair.
The RICS Code of Practice for Service Charges in Commercial Property was introduced last April calling for managing agents to provide their leaseholders with regular, itemised statements of account.
A new donkey code of practice is being brought in, stopping anyone over eight stone from riding the animals.