The Truth about metrication

Ministers' Metrication Conspiracy

The proof that compulsory metrication arose from an EC Directive in 1971, and not a decision taken domestically in 1965 by the UK government.

Why BWMA says pounds and ounces are still lawful

In 2002, the Appeal Court convicted traders of a criminal offence for selling loose foods in pounds and ounces. Learn why this ruling was invalid.

Consumer Affairs

Since its adoption during the 1980s, metric conversion has been a disaster for British consumers. Metric units promote conditions in which product reduction can take place at any time without consumers knowing.

The Yardstick - The BWMA's Newsletter

Discover the BWMA's resource for learning and using imperial weights and measures, designed for those who weren't taught to use them at school.