Government revives further regulation of aggregators


The government is considering increased regulation of all aggregators, according to a letter written by Greg Clark MP, secretary of state for the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

The letter, dated 17 June 2019, was written as part of a wider response to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) recommendations on the ‘loyalty penalty’ in pricing. The CMA had previously supported the super-complaint made by Citizens Advice.

With reference to reports published by the CMA

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