On the day the government’s Enterprise Bill is published, minister for small business Anna Soubry told Real Business that she is after an open dialogue with company leaders throughout the UK to find out what is making their lives painful.
Cutting EU red tape has saved British businesses in excess of £200m this year.
Street traders will see the rules and regulations of their business revised, as the government sets out its plans.
11,000 companies, currently classified as 'medium-sized', are to be reclassified as small, for accounting purposes.
Gold plating of EU legislation by government departments has effectively stopped, Business Minister Michael Fallon has announced.
Some 120 company law regulations, guidance and enforcement processes are being put under the spotlight in the latest phase of the Red Tape Challenge.
Skills minister John Hayes has today announced a package of new measures to make it easier for employers to take on large numbers of apprentices.
Good news for retailers. Business Secretary Vince Cable has today announced plans to scrap or simplify more than 160 regulations stiffling the sector.
British manufacturing businesses are being asked to play their part in cutting bureaucracy in the latest phase of the government’s Red Tape Challenge.
Last week marked the launch of Vince Cable’s Red Tape Challenge website. Already, more than 6,000 ideas and suggestions have been posted by retailers. Here’s our pick of the best.
Vince Cable launches the governmentâs Red Tape Challenge campaign today. Here’s how you can get involved.