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UK businesses and the public are being asked to send ideas on how environmental rules and regulations can be made more straightforward. Businesses could save more than £1 billion over 10 years if environmental guidance were easier to find and follow.
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Legal Service providers and other stakeholders are being asked for details of concerns with and ideas for simplifying the current legal services regulatory framework, as the first stage in a review of the legislative framework.
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How the Red Tape Challenge works
1. We publish
Every few weeks we publish online the regulations affecting you on a rolling thematic basis. Click here to find out more about the Red Tape Challenge.
2. You respond
You tell us which regulations are working, which are not, what should be scrapped, what should be simplified, and what can be done differently.
3. We act
Based on your feedback, we will start getting rid of unnecessary red tape – freeing up business and society from the burden of excessive regulation.
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