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Posts Tagged: Regulation
A proper regulator would be a simple way to hugely improve life for many thousands of people.
International evidence suggests it hinders re-use and drives up consumption of single-use plastics.
Essentially, the Solvency 2 regulations make it difficult for our pensions and insurance firms to invest in long-term, secure, fixed assets in the UK.
Within the party, policies of the free market feel old school – and the language associated with it even more so.
It seems to be primarily about incentivising people to get jabbed – but ministers can’t say so, and the result is unconvincing bluster.
The industry’s claims, whether on animal welfare or economic value, simply do not stack up, and public support for action is strong.
WATCH: Kwarteng – ‘I don’t think we have to dictate as a government what people do and where they can work’
Business Secretary says employers and employees ‘can come to their own arrangements’ on flexible working.
WATCH: The Online Safety Bill – ‘It’s a good example of the best intentions leading to the worst outcomes’
David Davis says “the way the Government has done it will go spectacularly wrong.”
George Freeman: This new report shows how we can build on Britain’s vaccine success to make the best of Brexit
The TIGGR document on regulation published today focuses on playing to our strengths in the highest growing sectors of tomorrow.
It’s also about much more, of course. But the wrangle over a legal principle is also over the consequences of enforcing it.
Businesses and producers should not be punished as a result of a hasty and ill-thought-out campaign to tackle childhood obesity.
Upper class professionals are imposing their preference for formal settings – bringing the trade-off of higher prices and fewer affordable providers.
It’s already about more than narrow questions of governance – and should expand to cover the role clubs play in local communities.
It has the freedom to make big bets on new firms and new technology, and can help regulators develop sensible rules for this vital sector.