Brokers lack a hero to battle regulation hell

The Government has yet again promised to tackle bureaucratic red tape, which is costing UK businesses billions of pounds in unproductive work. I suspect, as with other initiatives, it is all spin and froth and little will happen but it is therapeutic to fantasise about it ordering a revisit to the regulation of general insurance.

We know that other EU countries have done virtually nothing. There has been an element of gold plating beyond the requirements of the directive and it has increased

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