Such companies face not only new privacy and safety legislation in the UK, US, and EU, but less savoury demands from autho
The Government urgently needs to articulate a positive case to the public about regulatory reform.
Making a proper job of repeal was always going to take years of work. Yet the relevant legislation wasn’t even tabled until Liz Truss became prime minister.
The approach set out under the REUL Bill risked becoming a parochial and backward-looking distraction. EU regulation should be considered in conjunction with domestic rules and curent economic and social trends.
The key issue is the difference between EU codified law which prevents any action not permitted, and our common law, under which everything is permitted unless prohibited.
It is absurd that a business in a central-London entertainment district should need to demonstrate “exceptional need” to sell hot food at night.
A major target of Government policy in respect of the domestic and trade economy ought to be the rebalancing of our unsustainable balance of payments deficit.
Ease ratios for childminders, stop making small-time carers leap through educational hoops – and face up to the fact we need to build on greenfield sites.
Years of talking loudly whilst carrying a small stick have left voters unwilling to give the Government the benefit of the doubt.
There is a good case for stronger regulation, perhaps even abolition. But a one-sided view of the rights and obligations of property isn’t it.
The best way to protect the small proportion who struggle is to guarantee a mature, well-regulated gaming sector.
Opposition by big business and other vested interests makes enacting pro-growth policies difficult but not impossible.
There are enough mutinous MPs to sink almost any legislation, and he is in no position to face them down in the name of the bigger picture.
The role of freeholders, developers, agents, and landlords (both social and private), intersect alongside a multitude of private, social, and home-ownership tenures. These relationships can be complex, accountability and responsibility diffuse.