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What will be in the long-awaited Government Consumer Green Paper?

I understand that publication will be in early 2018 and that: The Green Paper will draw heavily on the Matthew Taylor review of the gig-economy. While the pickup on this was around workforce issues, BEIS is keen to look at the online platforms that have transformed consumer interaction with businesses (including digital comparison tools and […]
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