One in, two out. Successive attempts to cut Britain’s red tape have floundered, with governments of every colour failing to tame the size of the regulatory state. Post-Brexit and post-pandemic, the UK has a very specific window in which to take bold action. Can we establish a better regulatory framework now we are outside of the EU, or do politicians need to fundamentally rethink their attitudes towards regulation?
Ruth Porter (Chair), Managing Director at Finsbury Glover Hering
Sarah Boon, Managing Director for Corporate Affairs at UK Finance
George Freeman MP, Conservative MP for Mid Norfolk
Victoria Hewson, Head of Regulatory Affairs at the Institute of Economic Affairs
Philip Salter, Founder of The Entrepreneurs Network