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Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill

Published Thursday, June 7, 2012

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill introduces reforms in a number of areas.

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The main areas of reform include changes to competition policy and law, employment law and reducing regulation. The Bill also makes smaller changes to a number of policy areas, such as procedures concerning the approval of company directors’ remuneration; copyright law and aspects of planning law as it affects heritage properties. The Bill also includes provisions about the Green Investment Bank.

Commons Briefing papers RP12-33

Authors: Jacky Parker; Elena Ares; Christopher Barclay; Lorraine Conway; Tim Edmonds; Richard Kelly; Antony Seely; Philip Ward

Topics: Competition, Employment, Financial institutions, Financial services, Insolvency, Intellectual property, Legislative process, Local government, Planning

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