Consumer Scotland Bill

 

About the Bill

The Scottish Government is proposing to create a new body called Consumer Scotland. This Bill would establish Consumer Scotland and give it powers to provide advice; represent the views of consumers; collect information; organise research and carry out investigations.

The Bill was introduced by the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Economy and Fair Work, Derek Mackay MSP on 5 June 2019.

Read the Bill and Accompanying Documents

Evidence

The Committee issued a call for views, the deadline for responses was 11 September 2019

Read the call for written views

Read the written responses

Work by other Committees

Finance and Constitution Committee

The Finance and Constitution Committee sought written evidence on the estimated financial implications of the Bill as set out in its accompanying Financial Memorandum and received 3 responses.

 
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