The UK Government is consulting on proposed powers for the recently launched Digital Markets Unit. This is a significant juncture in the reconfiguration of the post-Brexit regulatory landscape, marked by a determination to be a world leader in the regulation of digital markets. This consultation offers an important opportunity for stakeholders to shape future policy through active engagement with the Government. Background On 20 July 2021, the UK Government announced a consultation (‘A new pro-competition regime for digital markets’) in which it seeks views on the objectives and powers of the Digital Markets Unit (DMU) that was formally launched in April on a non-statutory basis (see

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