Best of Brexit for consumers – our messages to government (6th April 2017)

NCF Consumer Congress 2017 brought experts from around the UK together to explore what Brexit means for consumers. Our aim was to send a clear message to the government about the importance of consumer protection, and what needs to be done to maintain and enhance this. Brexit provides a unique opportunity to take a fresh look at consumer protection in the UK, to change the way that consumer issues are addressed, and bring positive benefits to consumers and the UK economy.

NCF Congress 2017 The Consumer Voice on Brexit summary report

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UK/US TRADE TALKS: 

STANDARDISATION ISSUES FOR CONSUMERS

 

The NCF has set out consumer Red Lines for a trade agreement with the United States. There must be no automatic recognition of US Standards in the UK in any trade deal. This is necessary for several reasons including the very different standards development procedures in the two countries. The NCF has written to the Minister for International Trade, Ranil Jayawardena MP providing him with a consumer briefing on our recommendations.

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