Archive: Regulation

Fight for your right to party: Overzealous councils are heaping regulation on the night-time economy

Comment: Fight For Your Right To Party - how officials are killing off British nightlife

A thriving night time economy is being killed off by overzealous councils and overbearing security

Opinion Former Articles

  • ABI International Regulation Seminar

    Collision or Convergence? A New World Order for the International Insurance Market? The collapse or forced bail-outs of a series of large, financial institutions in 2008 threw both markets and governments into turmoil. Now the fate of some European economies threatens even larger ructions.

  • FSB: Regulation watchdog needs sharp teeth

    The independent body set up to scrutinise new Government regulations needs sharper teeth to defend small businesses against poorly framed regulations, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has warned.

  • PM wants to reduce burdens on small businesses

    Thatcher minister handed SME review

    David Cameron has tasked a former Thatcher minister with reassessing the government's relationship with small and medium-sized businesses, acknowledging "there is so much more we need to do".

  • One-in, one-out rule to be introduced in September

    Coalition caps regulatory burden

    Businesses and the third sector will not face additional regulatory burdens from September 1st under the coalition government's 'one-in, one-out' rule.

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