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School uniform prices raised by supplier contracts, says CMA | BBC News

The cost of school uniforms has risen by up to £10 an item owing to the use of exclusive suppliers, according to the UK’s competition authority.

School governors must ensure that deals allow parents to get good value for money, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has said. Complaints from parents have prompted the CMA to write an open letter to governors and suppliers in England.

Read more on the BBC website: School uniform prices raised by supplier contracts, says CMA | BBC News

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