UK Regulatory Reviews Piling Up

12 Aug 2019 12:00 am

Duration: 16:42

Theresa May entered 10 Downing Street in July 2016 with grand hopes of fixing Britain’s “dysfunctional” markets in favor of hard-pressed consumers. But she was pushed from office three years later with reforms to consumer protection, competition in digital markets, foreign investment screening and the audit market half-done. They now lie in the hands of business secretary Andrea Leadsom – and a divided parliament.

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