The promise of a Consumer Bill of Rights has been included in the Government's proposals for legislation in the new session of Parliament. The idea is to consolidate consumer law from eight separate pieces of existing legislation, such as the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations and the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982. The law is also to be updated for digital transactions. More powers are proposed for enforcement authorities such as Trading Standards and it is to be made easier for consumers to obtain compensation for breaches of consumer or competition law. The policies behind these proposals are the promotion of competitive markets and growth. It is suggested by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills that the burden for businesses will be fewer and less costly disputes because consumers' rights will be clearer.