1 October is often called "Red Tape Day" because of the new regulations that come into effect on that day. Here is a roundup of relevant changes for businesses and their advisers.
In April 2010, the Prime Minister said: "I want us to be the first government in modern history to leave office having reduced the overall burden of regulation, rather than increasing it," expl
An overwhelming majority of finance professionals believe the government's proposals to exempt micro-businesses from having to file accounts at Companies House will make it harder for firms to
European business ministers have agreed to cut ‘micro-entities’ red tape, excusing the smallest firms from the burden of certain accounting obligations.
The Coalition government is continuing its commitment to crowdsourcing policy ideas with a new Red Tape Challenge
Government regulations impose a collective cost of £80bn on British businesses, well above ministers' £13bn estimate, the Institute of Directors (IoD) has claimed.