Frequently asked questions
If your query is not covered below or if you need further
information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your question
our public enquiries line on 020 7271 0243.
How do I contact the CC?
You can contact us by telephone, email or fax. Details are
available on our Contacts
Where can I locate information about a particular CC inquiry
or find out if CC investigations have looked at a specific
company or sector?
Each CC inquiry since 2000 has its own section in the Investigations part of the site which contains links to all documents published
by the inquiry. To find a particular investigation you can
use the inquiry directories which allow you to search by
sector or date
completed. There is also
a listing of
current inquiries, if you know that it is something
we are currently investigating. If you have an enquiry about
investigations completed before 2000, please contact our
Information Centre at email@example.com.
How do I complain about a competition issue or report an
See our competition
complaints section for details of who
Where can I find out about the role and procedures of the
For a quick introduction to the work of the CC see About
Us. See our rules
and guidance documents for a detailed explanation
of our procedures.
Where can I find out about the current members of the Competition
A list of current members, with links to their biographies
is available in our members
section. You can also access
of members’ interests there.
Where can I find a particular CC report?
All reports since 1951 published by the CC and its predecessor
organisations are available in our Reports
by date of publication.
How do I order a hard copy of a CC publication?
Details of how to order a paper copy of a CC publication
are available in our Publications
How do I get to the CC’s offices?
A location map and directions, including details of public
transport, are available on our Contacts
How do I apply for a job at the CC?
Currently advertised vacancies and instructions for applications
are available in the employment