No-one wants to cancel a holiday but if you have to, you shouldn't lose out more than is necessary. This blog explains what consumer law means for deposit and cancellation fees, and how you can make sure you’re being treated fairly.
In May, George Lusty joined senior consumer law enforcement officials from around the globe at the annual ICPEN meeting in Zambia. Read his blog post to find out more about ICPEN and our work to ensure effective consumer law enforcement online.
We want to make sure that people are treated fairly and have access to a range of choices when organising a funeral. Read more in Darren's blog about the issues we're looking at and how you can respond to our investigation.
The CMA investigation of the Experian ClearScore merger shows how the UK’s merger controls can be used effectively in digital investigations. Read more in Tim’s blog.
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 …
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.
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.
The CMA and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), have been working together to review remedies – interventions – that apply to markets and the businesses that operate in them.
Most people working at the CMA will tell you that they want to make a positive difference through the work they do. And nowhere is that more true than in the Consumer Protection Enforcement team. We’re passionate about helping consumers, …
In February I blogged about CMA reforms that are making personal and business banking easier. Since then, we’ve been working with government, regulators and the industry, to make sure the benefits of these reforms are fully realised and that banks …