He welcomed last week's report by Richard McDonald''s Better Regulation Task Force
which highlighted a number of key recommendations for improving the way in which livestock movements are regulated.
In 2004 the Better Regulation Task Force
concluded, in "Better Routes to Redress" that there was no compensation culture.
The truth is that in the last five years according to a report by the Better Regulation Task Force
the total cost of compensation cases in Britain has remained, in real terms, static since 1989.
He was previously a member of the Better Regulation Task Force
; a member of the Disability Rights Task Force and was also a Commissioner of the Disability Rights Commission.Aa
The business-man served for four years as chairman of the Government's Better Regulation Task Force
from 2002-2006 before switching sides last month when David Cameron announced Sir David would be examining ways the Conservative Party could cut bureaucracy.
Commenting on the Better Regulation package announced in the Budget, IoD Regional Director for the North West, Laura Wolfe, said: 'The IoD supports the government's endorsement of the Hampton Review and the Better Regulation Task Force
report' If the government manages to implement these proposals, business will be very happy.
Now the Better Regulation Task Force
is demanding a huge cut in red tape.
From 1997 to 2002, Lord Haskins was chairman of the UK Government's Better Regulation Task Force
and is currently a board member of regional development agency Yorkshire Forward.
A separate report by the Better Regulation Task Force
called on the Government to simplify the law on child employment.
WEST MIDLANDS manufacturers have backed a stark warning from the Better Regulation Task Force
that the UK could face new "waste mountains" unless the government acts quickly to improve the implementation of new EU recycling laws.
The Better Regulation Task Force
has urged ministers to make arrangements for the method of disposal of the vehicles now -before new EU directives come into effect.
Unless business confusion over e-commerce regulation is tackled, the UK could be left behind in this rapidly developing sector, says the Better Regulation Task Force
in its latest report.