The FCA has insulated its future size by creating 16 handbooks of “Conduct” which stretch to over four million words.
Posts Tagged: Overregulation
We have moved a long way from NEDS concentrating on the interests of shareholders and helping to take executive decisions.
Paterson’s sacking is a mistake. But he is now free to push climate scepticism and Brexit from the backbenches
I cannot think his replacement will be so determined to reduce environmental red tape and Europe’s influence on countryside matters.
How can we have arrived at a point where every stranger, no matter what the circumstances, is treated as a potential threat?
Or: Why I regard myself as a “mercantilist free trader”.
Iain Dale: The next victim of our broken justice system won’t be Nigel Evans. It will be Joe Bloggs.
Plus: The Telegraph’s war on Nadine. Bias at the Foreign Office. Euro-rules drive me bonkers. And: Cameron’s LadyShambles.
in Britain, the effect of the compensation culture has been to place ever-greater restrictions on what children can do both in and out of school
Over-regulation doesn’t always cripple an industry… when the type of product in question is an essential one, it isn’t the producer that loses out, but the consumer
The mistake of the right has been implicitly to accept that protecting our environment is in opposition to achieving a prosperous and free society.
Mark Littlewood: Come to the Freedom Festival next month to help build a real “neo-liberal consensus”.
Classical, free market liberals are right – so why don’t we win more battles?
The Prime Minister wants this to be the first Government in modern history to finish a term with less regulation than when it began.
It furthers my opposition idea of a Voucher for Business Support for SMEs. Next we need a ‘New Deal for New Businesses’.
Marina Yannakoudakis MEP: The EU Commission’s gender quotas for company boards misses the point of gender equality
Norway tried the scheme Brussels is now proposing, and it didn’t address the real problems.
“I hope, Mr Barroso, you will go and beat Commissioner Andor over the head with this report.”
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