TUC, Which?, and ICA give evidence to Brexit: competition inquiry

four people in a meeting
19 October 2017

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


Thursday 19 October, Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
At 10.10am

  • Kate Bell, Trades Union Congress;
  • Caroline Normand, Which?; and
  • Professor Steve Fothergill, Industrial Communities Alliance.

Likely questions

  • Should post-Brexit UK State aid policy and controls be set at a UK, devolved or regional level?
  • What might be the opportunities and challenges if the UK chose to pursue a more flexible approach to public procurement post-Brexit? 
  • Does Brexit present an opportunity to re-examine whether the national interest criteria for interventions in mergers and acquisitions are still fit for purpose?

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