Following its recent consultation on wide-ranging reforms to the UK’s competition and consumer law regimes, the UK Government recently published its response to feedback received from over 180 stakeholders and made clear its intention to legislate to promote competition and consumer rights in the recent Queen’s Speech. While the draft legislation has yet to be published, and so the finer detail of the proposals is yet to be revealed, it is clear that the proposed reforms, taken as a whole, are likely to represent a step towards the stronger and more active enforcement of competition and consumer law. Certain of the proposed reforms have been contemplated for a number of years and, particularly in light of the current economic climate, the case for the expedited progress of the draft

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