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21,000 rules to be assessed in the Red Tape Challenge

21,000 rules to be assessed in the Red Tape Challenge
Richard Rowell
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Tuesday, 24 May 2011 10:53

Hurrah, this is a nice idea from the government and we hope they can achieve it.

Launched in April members of the public, businesses and community organisations are being invited to give a real boost to growth and personal freedoms by ripping up some of the 21,000 rules that are getting in their way.

The challenge is part of the Government's growth agenda and will tackle the stock of more than 21,000 statutory instruments that are currently putting up barriers in every walk of life.

The Red Tape challenge website launched in April by the Prime Minister and Business Secretary Vince and it will, for the first time, give the public a chance to have their say on regulations that affect their everyday lives; whether it's to speak up for well designed rules that are there to protect or challenge badly designed or badly thought through regulations that are an unnecessary burden.

The first area of national life to go under the microscope will be retail. Following this, every few weeks a new set of regulations, organised around themes, will open on the website for anyone to comment on. Once a theme has closed to the public, the Prime Minister has said in a letter to all Ministers that they will have three months to explain why a regulation is still required, or it will be scrapped.

Have your say by following the link to the Red Tape Challenge website or read the government press release here.

Richard Rowell

Richard is the managing director of Dataplan Payroll Limited and is also responsible for the ideas and development of Dataplan's innovative technology solutions such as ePaysafe.

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