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Your views wanted on strengthening the consumer voice in the communications sector

25 April 2019

Our consultation on the Panel’s draft workplan for 2019/20 noted that, should plans to strengthen the Panel be confirmed, we wanted to discuss with stakeholders a series of measures outlined in our response to the Modernising Consumer Markets Green Paper - which we believe would strengthen the consumer voice across the UK.

The Panel’s budget has now been increased by 50 per cent for this financial year. This means we will be able to expand on our consumer advocacy work across the sector. To effect real change in the communications sector, we believe there needs to be much greater collaboration between appropriate consumer bodies, who can bring to bear a range of vital expertise and evidence. This can be achieved through a variety of means, enabling a stronger voice for the Nations and resulting in greater input into Governmental thinking and policy development.

We’d welcome your views on our proposals by 13 May 2019.

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