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Since coming into power in 2010, the Coalition Government has launched several initiatives to reduce the amount of red tape that small business owners, such as painting and decorating bosses, have to deal with. A new report, which has collected private sector views on regulations, suggests that the Government's actions are working.
The Business Perception Survey 2012, carried out for the National Audit Office and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, recorded that there are fewer firms making complaints about regulatory interference than there used to be. The majority of respondents also said they are hopeful of even further red tape reduction.
The findings will be good news for the Government, which has promised to remove or simplify any regulations that get in the way of business growth.
Mark Prisk, the Minister for Business and Enterprise, said: "Reducing the burden of regulation for business is at the heart of the Coalition Government's ambition to make the UK one of best places to start and grow a business. This report suggests that businesses can now see progress, but there is clearly more to do. We are committed to this process.
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