Bradley to head Ofcom consumer panel

LONDON - Ofcom has appointed Anna Bradley as chairman of its independent Consumer Panel, the body which advises Ofcom on the consumer interest in telecoms, broadcasting and spectrum-related issues.

Bradley is currently non-executive chairman of the Soil Association's Organic Standards Board, and a member of the board of Addaction, Britain's largest drug and alcohol treatment agency.

She was also previously a consumer affairs director of the Financial Services Authority, and prior to that the chief executive of the National Consumer Council.

Ofcom chairman Lord Currie said Bradley's experience in representing consumer interests during her time at the FSA and NCC made her ideal for the role.

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