Ian Hudghton (Greens/EFA) − This report quite rightly calls for a strengthening of vulnerable consumers' rights whilst noting that this should be done in a proportionate manner. Certain aspects of consumer law are currently reserved in the UK to the Westminster parliament whilst others fall within the remit of the Scottish parliament. Much of consumer law is now regulated at EU level in the interests of the internal market's smooth functioning. Westminster's role in Scottish consumer law is therefore increasingly redundant – and should be brought to an end.

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