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It would be “an act of self-sabotage” to ramp up regulation post-pandemic


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Annabel Denham writes for City AM

The Resolution Foundation released a report this week, arguing that we need more regulation and a ‘post-pandemic settlement’ to protect low-paid workers.

But as the IEA’s Director of Communications Annabel Denham argues in a debate column for the City AM, if we are to recover quickly from the current economic downturn, it’s “time to loosen red tape, not tighten it.”

Annabel added: “The government displayed fortitude in suspending gender pay gap reporting and allowing construction sites to work longer hours. Labour market prospects are bleak. But a panoply of regulations is not the solution.

Read the full column here.



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