What other regulators can teach Monitor

Anna Dixon
Publication:  New Statesman
Reference:  National Health, 15 December 2011

Much of the opposition to the coalition government's proposals for the NHS has focused on the role of competition, in particular the powers of Monitor to enforce competition law.

Although some of Monitor's functions – such as price-setting and compliance with the principles and rules for co-operation and competition – already exist within the Department of Health, putting them on a statutory footing within a powerful independent regulator has caused alarm.

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