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Regulators give evidence to inquiry on Brexit: competition

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14 September 2017

The EU Internal Market Sub-Committee holds evidence sessions launching its new inquiry on Brexit: competition.

Witnesses

Thursday 14 September, Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster

At 10.10am

  • Lord David Currie, Competition and Markets Authority;
  • Dr Andrea Coscelli, Competition and Markets Authority; and
  • Sarah Cardell, Competition and Markets Authority.

At 11.10am

  • Dr Steve Unger, Ofcom;
  • Jonathan Spence, Ofgem; and
  • Richard Moriarty, Civil Aviation Authority.

Likely questions

  • What competition issues should be a priority for Brexit negotiations?
  • What opportunities does Brexit present for the UK to review national interest criteria for mergers and acquisitions? What might the advantages and disadvantages of this be?
  • How has EU state aid policy influenced both competition and investment in your sector?
  • Should the UK take a different approach to granting state aid if, after Brexit, it has the discretion to do so?

Further information

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