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


The Committee has issued a call for views.

Read the call for written views

The deadline for telling us what you think about the Bill is 11 September 2019.

Please note that in most cases your written submissions will be published on the Scottish Parliament's website and may be quoted in the Committee's report or in Committee meetings (which are public and broadcast).

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