We’ve joined forces with our international consumer protection counterparts to identify terms and conditions (T&Cs) in the digital economy that may be harming customers - which in today’s digital age equates to many millions of people across the globe. Following …
Douglas Cooper talks about the problems we’ve found in the care homes market and what we think should be done.
The CMA will be taking enforcement action to ensure that fans who use secondary ticket sites are told about resale restrictions which could lead to them being refused entry. But event organisers have a role to play too – and we want to hear your views on what that should involve.
An update from CMA Chief Executive, Andrea Coscelli, on our work and where we stand in relation to our aims and ambitions.
If a local authority trading company is to help deliver the benefits of competition to the local authority and local community, it must be exposed to real, and potential, competition.
Stephen Blake, head of the CMA’s Cartels & Criminal Group, explains how recent cartel cases can be a lesson to all on how to keep out of trouble.
From today, measures introduced by the CMA will make it easier for personal current account customers and small business owners to know what banking charges they might face.
It’s been an eventful period since our last Promoting Competition bulletin, and there’s a lot to update you on.
Douglas Cooper on our care homes market study findings so far and next steps to ensure care homes are working well for residents and their families.
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it’s quieter than usual on this blog. It’s because between midnight on Friday, 21 April and the general election on 8 June is the pre-election period. This means that we will only …
Acting Chief Executive, Andrea Coscelli, explains our examination of comparison tools and what we’re doing to make sure they work for customers.