HoL inquiry calls for body to hold regulators to account; Ellison hits out at TPR

HoL committee makes key recommendations as former PLSA chair criticises TPR failings

Jonathan Stapleton
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The House of Lords committee asked who watches the watchdogs
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The House of Lords committee asked who watches the watchdogs

The House of Lords’ Industry and Regulators Committee has called for a new statutory body to help hold regulators to account.

The committee's inquiry into regulators examined three-way relationship between the regulators, government and parliament - particularly the role and performance of regulators, their independence, ...

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