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Online-only public services risks disadvantaging disabled people, campaign group warns

Moving public services entirely online risks disadvantaging a section of society whose members are digitally disengaged because of constraints they face such as health factors, Disability Wales has said. 15 Oct 2014

Price caps in payday loans market increase need for further reforms to address competition problems, says regulator

Requiring payday lenders to abide by price caps could enhance problems with competition that already exist in the market, the UK's main competition regulator has said. 09 Oct 2014

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Video-on-demand providers must avoid inappropriate placement of ads, says CAP

Video-on-demand (VOD) service providers should have a due diligence checking procedure to prevent inappropriately placed advertisements appearing when programmes are accessed by consumers, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has said. 02 Oct 2014

Competition watchdog bans deals between motor insurance and price comparison websites

Exclusive pricing deals between car insurance providers and price comparison websites (PCWs) will be banned, the UK's competition watchdog has confirmed, as part of its plans to increase competition and reduce the cost of insurance premiums for drivers. 26 Sep 2014

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