Consultation on the implementation of the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
The consultation seeks views and opinions on a proposal to create an order making power, which if utilised, would compel suppliers of goods and services to provide to their customers, upon request, historic transaction and consumption data in an open standard machine readable format. To respond quickly there is an online version of the consultation […]
The consultation seeks views on reforms to empower consumers and businesses to challenge anti-competitive behaviour.
This consultation seeks views on simplifying enforcement officers’ investigatory powers and the removal of barriers to Trading Standards operating efficiently
Consultation paper seeking views on issues relating to corporate narrative reporting.
The consultation seeks views on the amendment or removal of regulations that have been identified under the Retail and Manufacturing Red Tape Challenge spotlight process.
Discussion paper seeking views on issues relating to executive remuneration.
We are seeking evidence on current dismissal processes, including the Acas Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance and the concept of ‘compensated no fault dismissal’ for micro businesses.
The low proportion of women holding directorships suggests British business is not using all of the skills and talents of the workforce effectively. Government is committed to seeing swift change in this area, and this Call for Evidence is seeking view…
This consultation makes proposals to revise the current scheme for the registration of company charges under the Companies Act 2006 based on the 2001 recommendations of the Company Law Review and the subsequent advice of the Law Commission.
This consultation sets out proposals for amending the requirements that balance the interest of third parties in obtaining information with the cost to the company of supplying it.
Call for evidence – Indirect costs of the Carbon Price Floor and EU ETS
On 22 June 2011, the Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable, announced that Professor John Kay would undertake an independent review to examine investment in UK equity markets and its impact on the long-term performance and governance of UK quote…
Consultation on changing audit exemptions for small companies and subsidiaries to remove gold plating, and to allow companies to change their accounting framework.
Empowering and Protecting Consumers: Consultation on institutional changes for provision of consumer information, advice, education, advocacy and enforcement.
This is a consultation by the Government Chief Scientific Adviser which seeks views on the update of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser’s Guidelines on scientific analysis in policy making.
How regulation is enforced can be just as important for managing the burdens on business as the overall volume of regulation; and the way in which enforcement is approached also impacts on our ability to deliver high levels of compliance. As part of th…