Find out more about how the CMA is looking to harness the power of online price monitoring to help detect suspicious online activity and protect customers.
We provide insight into how we investigate cartels including the processes involved.
This blog explains what happens when you report a business cartel to us and the processes we have in place to help protect those who 'blow the whistle' on them.
We've been working apace since our last bulletin in December. Read about some of our recent highlights in Andrea Coscelli's blog post.
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.
Stefan Hunt, who leads the CMA's new DaTA team talks about some of the work he's been part of recently, and how he's looking for new staff to join the team and take on innovative and exciting new projects.
The risk of director disqualification, to those who break competition law, has never been higher. In this blog we explain what director disqualification is, and how you can protect yourself and your business.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work as an economist at a competition authority? Martina, Economics Adviser, provides her insight.
Is it clear if you've been paid or incentivised to post online? In this blog we unpack how the law affects influencer marketing.
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.