This site follows the passage of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill through both Houses of Parliament.
The Bill aims to cut the costs of doing business in Britain, boosting consumer and business confidence and helping the private sector create jobs.
The various parts of the Bill will:
- Improve the employment tribunal system.
- Create a new Competition and Markets Authority.
- Set the purpose of the UK Green Investment Bank.
- Give shareholder’s of UK quoted companies binding votes on directors’ pay.
- Modernise the UK’s copyright framework.
- Simplify regulation.
The Bill has completed its passage in the House of Commons and has had its 1st Reading in the House of Lords on 18 October. You can read the full Bill on the Parliament website.
We’ll be updating this site on a regular basis, where you will be able to read the latest news and have the chance to ask questions and post comments.
You can also find out further details regarding how the various elements of the Bill – such as employment tribunals and reducing red tape – are designed to help UK business and support them directly.
There is also our Resources area, which provides detailed information on each aspect of the Bill, with downloadable fact sheets.
If you have any questions, or want to know something further on any aspect of the Bill, you can post a question or a comment throughout the site.