Debunking the CMA’s supermarket fuel claims
Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Times, The Independent, and The Sun
Christopher Snowdon writes for The Spectator
“The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) doesn’t think the supermarkets are a cartel either, nor do they suspect overt collusion. But they do think there is something fishy about their petrol and diesel prices.
“Once again, the government is getting dangerously close to entertaining the idea of price controls.”
You can read Christopher’s full piece here.