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# Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

This year
Product recall on almost 15,000 soft toys from claw machines in Cork and Kerry
Competition watchdog blocks Dublin Airport operator from purchasing private car park
Last year
Watchdog concerned at increase in Irish people planning to retire without a pension
Student accommodation dash: Scarce rooms, few protections and potential scams
DAA deal to buy closed car park near Dublin Airport subject to competition authority approval
All time
Sixty per cent of Ulster Bank and KBC customers report 'challenges' when switching providers
Competition watchdog green lights Permanent TSB's €7.6 billion deal with Ulster Bank
No sanctions against car insurers over alleged pricing practices despite five-year probe
Irish banks want to take on Revolut together — but why has the competition watchdog 'rejected' them?
BMW Ireland issues voluntary recall of certain 3 Series cars
More customers left out-of-pocket after reappears amid ongoing investigation
Black Friday shoppers warned to be aware of their rights as watchdog expects surge in requests for help
Consumer watchdog to probe pricing of public liability insurance
'Unfair' language in nursing home contracts led residents into terms they would never agree to
Deli worker who told bosses they'd stocked 'cake infested with worms' loses WRC claim
Poll: Would you change your waste collection provider?
'Consumers have little or no power': CCPC expresses concerns over unregulated Irish waste market
Watchdog reminds shoppers their rights don't change for Christmas sales
Nearly 34,000 products didn't make it onto the Irish market over safety concerns
Vodafone, Meteor, Three and UPC all in trouble for breaking consumer laws
Now Tesco has been slapped on the wrist over potentially unsafe hoverboards
Brown Thomas told to stop selling potentially unsafe hoverboards
Retailers could face crackdown over dodgy hoverboards
Dublin salesman fined for selling previously crashed cars to customers
1,400 hoverboards seized at Dublin Port
Irish customers affected by Volkswagen scandal could be entitled to compensation
Eircom, Meteor, Three and UPC all made one big mistake when signing up customers