A strong awareness of consumer law and high customer service standards are not only good for consumers, but also for businesses’ bottom line and for the economy. That’s the conclusion of a new report, ‘Back to Business’, launched today by the Consumer Council.
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- Opinion – Rick Hill, Chair Of The Consumer Council On Future Consumer Representation Arrangements In Northern Ireland
30 January 2014
The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI) consultation on the future of consumer representation in Northern Ireland has now closed and as readers will expect, the Consumer Council has submitted an in depth response. However, what has been really encouraging is that so many others took time to set out their reasons why consumer representation in Northern Ireland should be strengthened - not diminished or dismantled.
- Consumer Council Invites Views On Next Year’s Work Plans
23 December 2013
The Consumer Council has published details of how it plans to represent consumers in energy, water and transport issues from April 2014 to March 2015 and is now inviting views from interested parties by 21 March 2014.
- Awareness Of Consumer Law: Good For Business, Good For The Economy
17 December 2013
- Weak Regulation Has Failed The Consumer – Consumer Council
3 August 2012
Following the news that the Competition Commission has ruled that the Utility Regulator was not justified in attempting to place a new price control on Phoenix Gas, the CEO of the Consumer Council Antoinette McKeown has said that weak regulation has failed the consumer but has welcomed the fact that the Competition Commission has taken into account considerations put forward by the Consumer Council in making their decision.
- Flybe Withdraws Its Bristol Route From George Best Belfast City Airport
16 May 2012
Flybe has announced its intention to withdraw its George Best Belfast City Airport (GBBCA) to Bristol Airport service from 10 June 2012.
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