The CMA needs to evolve and adapt its approach to the assessment of mergers in digital and other new markets to ensure that it is delivering on its duties to promote competition for the benefit of UK consumers. Whilst this is an ongoing process, the revised guidelines give the us the opportunity to set out in writing the current approach to the assessment of mergers.
How microbusiness customers will benefit from the CMA’s remedies.
Government’s recent consultation on a form of privatisation has sparked unprecedented interest in the Land Registry.
You’re about to go on holiday but aren’t sure what accommodation to book. Do you go for the beach front apartment or the smart hotel in the old town that’s close to the best restaurants and bars?
In 2008, a group of fans supported by the Consumers’ Association were each handed £20 compensation by JJB Sports after the Office of Fair Trading found that the store, among others, sold football shirts at prices inflated in breach of …
Concluding our second year as a new department, we’ve been able to benefit from the groundwork laid last year to create a strong organisational capacity and a targeted project portfolio.
As consumers, we have a whole world of purchasing possibilities. It’s never been easier to shop online to get the best deals on everything from car rentals to Easter eggs.
I recently listened to a brilliant podcast called ‘Start-up’. Unsurprisingly, it’s about a guy who’s starting his own business.
The CMA has launched a new market study to better understand how the legal services sector in England and Wales is working for individual consumers and small businesses.
Alex Chisholm talks about the benefits of effective competition enforcement throughout the EU, the European Commission’s related consultation and why your views count.
The next financial year will be the CMA’s third full year of operation. We’ve set out our plans and priorities in the consultation on our annual plan for 2016/17 and we want to hear what you think about them.