Competition authority drops plans for children's social care market investigation

Derren Hayes
Thursday, September 9, 2021

There will be no formal investigation into the supply of children’s social care services across Great Britain, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced.

The CMA will publish the findings of its study into the social care market in the autumn. Picture: Ascannio/Adobe Stock
The CMA will publish the findings of its study into the social care market in the autumn. Picture: Ascannio/Adobe Stock

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