Greg Clark and BEIS have the opportunity to create a much more coherent and considerate approach to setting the rules for business.
Posts Tagged: Overregulation
With so many big issues to tackle, it would be easy to take her eye off the pressure groups and let them get their hooks back into domestic policy.
Nic Conner: I’m a Brexiteer. I doubted May. I was wrong. It’s time to admit that our new Prime Minister is now one of us.
Her actions demonstrate that she truly understands the concerns of ordinary people and the reasons why they voted to leave the EU.
Iain Dale: The woman who had a chat with Osborne – and then decided to Vote Leave. And rang me to say so.
Plus: Leadsom does well. Cameron runs away. No normal person I know is voting Remain. And: for LBC, world affairs. For the BBC, bedwetting.
Only six per cent of UK businesses export to the European Union, but 100 per cent are still required to undertake the cost of compliance.
While Khan supports new red tape, Goldsmith is shifting to a more sceptical position – aware of the electoral possibilities.
By all means cut regulation on black cabs. But the cabbies’ union prefers to raise barriers to entry into the market.
It turns out there are worse things than a German-dominated single currency.
Unnecessary and excessive EU regulation hampers the efforts of British businesses to compete.
The current regulations are outdated, ineffective and nonsensical.
This bad policy doesn’t just affect smokers or tobacco companies – it will hit all of us in the pocket.
He will deliver about a quarter of this year’s spending scaleback. Why not let him co-plan the post-election spending review – and get yet more value for money?
Lord Flight: Economic management. Labour, nil points. Conservatives, neuf points. But here are a few reservations.
I am critical of some measures which the Government has taken to accommodate some of Labour’s class warfare propaganda.
This is the first parliament in modern history with a lower burden of regulations at the end of it than at the start.
Tax credits, regulation, EU requirements – all help to explain why employment has risen but output has fallen outside the manufacturing sector, at least per person.