Or: Why I regard myself as a “mercantilist free trader”.
Posts Tagged: Regulation
We are determined not to repeat the mistakes of the past; of allowing bubbles to build up and burst, putting the stability of the economy at risk.
Where backbenchers would once have huffed, now they seek to change the law.
It remains true that the easier we make terminations, the more employment will be created.
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
Regulation is important, but competition is essential. Later this morning, ConservativeHome will host a means of improving it.
The real problem with GM crops is not that they are unnatural, but that they cause us to forget just how dangerous the natural world is
The mistake of the right has been implicitly to accept that protecting our environment is in opposition to achieving a prosperous and free society.
Michael Fallon MP: Turning the tanker – how we are fighting to reform the EU’s uncompetitive regulations
It’s hard work, but we are putting deregulation on the agenda in Brussels – with success.
The consumer crusader from Harlow is breaking new ground for campaigning MPs.
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.
The wrong kind of industrial policy – one that acts against economic diversity – undermines democracy as well as prosperity.
Ten principles to form the foundation of a modern Conservative policy.