An airport slot is the right for an airline to take-off or land at a particular airport, at a particular time. Find out from our Advocacy Team why we’re recommending changes to how airport slots are allocated.
Hear from CMA apprentice Ayesha Natha on what it's like to do an apprenticeship in government.
If a company’s staff exchange competitively-sensitive, confidential information – even at just one meeting – that risks a breach of competition law. Learn more about what you can do if approached to join a cartel or to get involved in anti-competitive arrangements.
I find it tricky to book a hotel room, a B&B, or a holiday apartment. There’s so much to decide. What’s the best location? Do I need a swimming pool? Does it have parking? Is the place clean, comfortable and …
As someone interested in business or finance, there is an almost dazzling range of options open to you. What you may not have thought about is working in the public sector – which might not seem at first to be the place in which business and finance are likely to thrive.
Today is Time to Talk Day 2019, an opportunity for everyone to have a conversation about mental health. I'm going to share some of the challenges my family and I have had to deal with over recent years.
CMA reforms are making personal and business banking easier. Learn more about how our reforms are benefitting small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and what’s happening next.
Open Banking is the central element of the remedies package the CMA put in place to tackle competition problems found in our market investigation into the UK’s retail banking market.
2018 has been another busy and exciting year for us at the CMA, and I’ve been reflecting on all our achievements over the past 12 months.
We’ve been extremely busy since our last Promoting Competition bulletin, working hard to protect consumers and to ensure markets work in their favour. We continue to make substantial progress on two important cross-cutting initiatives - the first initiative is strengthening …
According to the CMA’s latest research with UK businesses, understanding of competition law is still low, with the majority of businesses still not understanding competition law well.