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Posts Tagged: Competition and Markets Authority
Problems and risks such as the significant rise in online scams haven’t yet been adequately addressed.
The good news is that if we can break out of our recent rut, the opportunities for post-Brexit Britain to cut red tape should be huge.
Just as governments of the left develop institutions designed to embed their reforms and make them difficult to reverse, so should the right.
The difficulties the Government has had with Apple and its contact tracing app demonstrates the need to break up power in big tech.
Ryan Bourne: Why Tyrie’s attempt to make the Competition Authority more like Which? magazine was wrong
He wanted the CMA to be both an aggressive consumer champion and decision-maker – “too much prosecution, judge, and jury” according to some.
The Government can avoid worsening it. But that requires as bold a deviation from ordinary policy as the extraordinary relief efforts we saw before.
The former Brexit Secretary warns of the danger that MPs will believe the Government has not even demanded the necessary concessions from Brussels.
In the first of three articles, the Weston-super-Mare MP looks at how to ensure that the customer, not the corporation, is king.
Nick Faith: We need a Brexit that is open for business. Letting Melrose take over GKN would be a sign we’ll get one.
When open markets are being called into question by the Left, the last thing the economy needs is for a Conservative Government to play the interventionist card.
Grayling is a man with a plan.
Commuters in particular are fed up with paying a fortune for unreliable, overcrowded services.
The days of the ‘railopoly’ should be over: we need a rail network in which no train company can hike fares without fear of passengers being able to vote with their feet.