38 degrees is campaigning hard this week with e-mails to members of the public urging them to persuade their MPs to vote against the Health and Social Care Bill (the Bill).
Competitive neutrality describes the aim of a level playing field in mixed public/private markets, where state-owned or quasi-public bodies line up to compete with private sector companies.
There have been some misunderstandings in the Health Bill debate on the role of competition law in the NHS. Simon Taylor sets out a few clarifications to help inform the ongoing debate.
With the OFT breathing down our necks, it would be wise not to get caught out on competition rules because you didn't know they existed.
Construction companies accused by the OFT will be wondering how bad things are going to be for them. Here's the answer.