Richard Lloyd, Which? executive director said:
“Markets that work for consumers are good for growing businesses, for innovation and for driving sustainable growth in the wider economy. With trust in essential markets at rock bottom and millions still feeling the financial squeeze, there is much to do to put the consumer at the heart of policy-making.
“Which? already works with the competition authorities, and we would welcome a closer relationship to help set clear priorities for competition, consumer protection and market reform. We look forward to seeing more detail on how these proposals would work in practice.”