Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Brown lies to businessmen (2?)

A drive to cut the regulatory burden on business and reform the risk-averse culture of government departments will be launched by the
UK government on Wednesday.

Gordon Brown is determined to make action on red tape a higher government priority, in a bid to outflank the opposition Conservatives on a core business issue.

The prime minister has told the new Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform to cut regulation across government, and inculcate a new approach to risk in public policy.

John Hutton, business secretary, will on Wednesday outline to MPs a wide-ranging plan for implementing assorted ministerial pledges, including a 25 per cent cut in the administrative burden imposed by government departments.

Errmmm… Mr Brown, didn’t you say you were going to do this in October? Infact you said almost the exact same thing but as I said last time you won’t be able to succeed without leaving the EU seeing as how most of our regulation comes from the EU.

With your past record I seriously doubt you will leave the EU. Maybe you and the Labour party should be given lessons in telling the truth just like the employees of the BBC?

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