Regulatory reform

Regulatory reform


Although the UK is already widely regarded as an open and business-friendly economy, the UK Government is keen to build on that reputation, particularly following Brexit. Meanwhile, regulatory developments in the EU and elsewhere continue to have an impact on cross-border business activities. This page brings together all our latest materials on regulatory reform across all the areas on which we advise.  Use the search facility below to filter by reference to your areas of interest.

Note: this page is not intended to provide an exhaustive list of developments relating to regulatory reform.

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UK Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - the wait is over

The highly anticipated Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers (DMCC) Bill was introduced to Parliament on 25 April 2023. Described by Sarah Cardell, CEO of the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) as a "flagship bill" with the "potential to be a watershed moment", the Bill sets out far-reaching changes to the competition and consumer law regimes here in the UK, as well as a new ex ante regime for scrutiny of Big Tech.

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