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Online choice architecture - how do we end up making decisions we don’t want to make?

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How often do you see ‘limited stock’ or ‘last few available’ when you shop online? These claims can pressure us into purchases that we may not want or need. Read Vedran and Ollie's blog for more info.

CMA secures final Privacy Sandbox commitments from Google

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CMA to keep a 'close eye' on Google as it secures final Privacy Sandbox commitments

The CMA accepted Google's commitments to address competition concerns over its Privacy Sandbox proposals, but it's important we get this right. If you have views on our approach to both monitor and assess the effectiveness of the proposals, we want to hear from you.

The cost of school uniforms: new guidance from the Department for Eduction

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The cost of school uniforms: new guidance from the Department for Education

The Department for Education (DfE) has published statutory guidance to schools on school uniform policy. My son’s school newsletter recently delivered the shock news that school photographs would be the following week. As proud parents we were looking forward to …

Why the CMA is making changes to the funerals sector

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The CMA has completed an in-depth market investigation into the funerals sector after concerns were raised that funeral directors were not treating customers fairly. To address these concerns and help consumers during what is often a difficult time, we've issued a legal Order to funeral directors and crematorium operators.