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14 October 2013

"Common sense" cuts to red tape (UK)

The business minister announced on 1 October an array of "common sense" measures to simplify reporting on workplace accidents and other corporate reporting requirements, and protect companies against unfair risks and litigation. The reforms coming are part of the government’s drive "to make the UK the best place to start and grow a business. They respond directly to issues raised by business, including through the Red Tape Challenge, which invites firms to give their views on which regulations should be removed or improved."  For the detail of the measures, go to the UK Government press release.

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