TSNW

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AcronymDefinition
TSNWTourette Syndrome - Now What (website)
TSNWTrading Standards North West (UK)
TSNWToyota Syndicate Northwest (car forum)
TSNWThe Safety Net Works (Illinois Department of Human Services)
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Now Saddique and her brother Mohammed Ali, both from Rochdale, Lancs, have been prosecuted by Trading Standards North West.
Trading Standards North West has sent out the warning that fake vodka poses a serious health risk and could even cause blindness.
The report, produced by the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University, Trading Standards North West and the Home Office, also states, of 190,000 15s-to-16s, 57,000 binge-drink by taking five or more drinks in one session.
The report, by the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University, Trading Standards North West and the Home Office, also states: of 190,000 15s to 16s, 57,000 binge-drink by taking five or more drinks in one session.
One of the most alarming aspects of the study, co-authored by Trading Standards North West and the Home Office, is the increase in the proportion of underage drinkers drinking in bars, clubs, streets and parks with out any adult supervision.
The report, produced by the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University, Trading Standards North West and the Home Office, also says that of 190,000 15s-to-16s, 57,000 binge-drink by taking five or more drinks in one session.
There would have been more victims if the operation had not been raided in 2010 by the Trading Standards North West Scambusters team.
Anyone with information on the .sale of illegal tobacco can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 08454 04 05 06 or the Trading Standards North West Illicit Tobacco Team on 01925 442 466.
The report was produced by the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University, Trading Standards North West and the Home Office.
Trading Standards North West chairman Paul Carney said: ``The first conference has been extremely successful.
Paul Noone, of Trading Standards North West, said: "The North West seems to have a lot of companies trying to sell advertising in publications that are claimed to have links with the emergency services or charities.
Paul Noone, chairman of Trading Standards North West, said the region seemed to have a lot of companies trying to sell advertising in publications claiming to have links with charities.