To promote and provide a forum for the discussion of issues relating to the sale and resale of tickets, for events, with a particular focus on devising solutions to the problem of ticket touting.
Found: Hayter Written evidence submitted by Baroness Hayter Ticket Abuse: How successful have the reforms been to secondary
2. Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre - written evidence
10/07/2018 - Inquiry: Live music - Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee
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Found: apply to the theatre industry when considering ticket abuse. We are aware that this inquiry will aim to
Found: TicketSwapWritten evidence submitted by TicketSwapTicket abuse: How successful have the reforms been to secondary
Found: REPORT OBJECTIVE 1) Report to the DCMS Committee on Ticket Abuse, indicating how ineffective the reforms to the
Found: more needs to be done to act against market abuse from ticket touts? I believe that the reforms have not
1. Breaching of Limits on Ticket Sales Regulations 2018
13/06/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: by the use of software or bots to automate the ticket purchasing process on the primary market to circumvent - Speech Link
2: important step in continuing the fight against abuse in the ticketing market, in particular the secondary - Speech Link
3: and whether any action can be taken against the abuse—which should more accurately be called “a bot”—abroad - Speech Link
2. Theatre Tickets: London
28/02/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: the theatre owners, the ticket sellers and the discredited secondary ticket market. London theatres are - Speech Link
2: range. Some of those ticket prices have gone up and I think the average top ticket now costs more than - Speech Link
3: National Campaign for the Arts which shows that ticket prices in all areas of the arts are rising at a - Speech Link
3. Ticket Touting: Musical Events
02/05/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: the easiest thing in the world: simply buying a ticket to go and see a rock concert—I have you down, Sir - Speech Link
2: announced by the UK Government to outlaw the so-called ticket-bots cannot come soon enough and have been too - Speech Link
3: meeting of the all-party parliamentary group on ticket abuse, which was hosted by the hon. Member for Washington - Speech Link
4. Secondary Ticketing
07/06/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: organiser of the event, and are then sold on by the ticket holder in the secondary marketplace. In the ticketing - Speech Link
2: from Korea to hear this boy band and the official ticket price has been set at £165. That is an indication - Speech Link
3: possible that part of the solution would be registered ticket dealers—a solution that is analogous to what I - Speech Link
5. Consumer Protection (Enforcement) (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020
16/11/2020 - Grand Committee
1: to the UK. This is critical in the context of ticket abuse. Here I declare my interest as co-chair of the - Speech Link
2: extremely well. He is so right to raise the problems of ticket touting and resales. It is a growing problem and - Speech Link
3: Things like the ripping off of consumers through ticket touts and bots is bad for consumers and involves - Speech Link
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