The government has confirmed it will consult on giving the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) new powers to decide itself if consumer law has been broken. Do you welcome the news?
The Competition and Markets Authority has secured £2m compensation from the care homes provider Sunrise Senior Living Ltd after it charged residents unclear upfront fees. And it’s partly thanks to you.
It’s a huge win for our Care Needs Care Now campaign as the Competition and Markets Authority agrees with us that urgent action is needed in the care home market. We now call on the government to take action, are you with us?
There’s a widespread practice of care homes charging fees after a resident’s death. Our guest Douglas Cooper explains why the Competition and Markets Authority is keen to get your views and experiences to help inform its consultation into the practice.
Too many music fans are forced to use secondary ticket sites to get gig tickets, with no real picture of who they’re buying them from. Trading Standards wants to know if this has happened to you as it works to clean up the market.
District heating networks serve around half a million UK homes, but many on these schemes often pay the price for the service. The Competition and Markets Authority is launching an investigation into these schemes to assess whether people are really getting a good deal. (more on district heating…)
The Competition and Markets Authority is working to ensure fans who buy secondary tickets aren’t left out in the cold. But event organisers have a role to play too – and the regulator wants to hear your views on what that role should be…
The regulator has announced it’s taking enforcement action against ticketing companies who aren’t following the rules. But will this finally fix the ticket resale market for genuine fans?