Some fruit and vegetable sellers around the UK are failing to comply with metric trading regulations. [article contributed by PB]
Two examples of this failure are the markets in Redditch town centre and the Portobello Road in London.
Despite several requests to Trading Standards Officers, they are not enforcing the regulations.
The law requires that items sold by weight must have a metric price shown. If an imperial price is shown the imperial price must not be more prominent than the metric price.
The Prime Minister has been made aware of this problem.