Retailers have welcomed a proposed legal change that could lead to tougher sentences for people who assault store staff.
A government amendment to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill would mean courts would view assaults committed “against a person providing a public service, performing a public duty or providing services to the public” as an aggravating factor.
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