Consumer protection: UK proposals point to increased enforcement risk

Major plans to stiffen the sanctions that can be imposed for breaches of UK consumer protection law are at the heart of new proposals for reform that have been published by the UK government. The proposals are significant, with greatly enhanced enforcement powers for the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). These include a power to fine companies up to 10% of their global turnover.

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