The RPC welcomes the report of the House of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee: Why the Government's impact assessment system is failing Parliament and the public. This blog sets out our reaction.
Stephen Gibson, RPC Chair, highlights key points from the analysis of RPC opinions set out in our 2022 Corporate Report.
A summary of some of the key issues that Stephen Gibson and Andrew Williams Fry discussed at their session with the SLSC on Tuesday 5 April.
The RPC has published its IVB report, which offers comments on the Government’s recently published Business Impact Target Report for the period December 2020 to December 2021.
Stephen Gibson offers some initial thoughts on the Government's announcements on 31 January of its conclusions following last year's consultation on the future of the Better Regulation Framework
Stephen Gibson summarises some of the trends in the impact assessments that the RPC has scrutinised over the past year.
Stephen Gibson, Chair of the RPC, summarises the key points in the Committee's response to the Government consultation which closed on 1 October.
RPC committee member Jonathan Cave sets out some of the issues to consider in measuring the impacts of regulation.
RPC member Jeremy Mayhew makes the case for effective evaluation of regulation after implementation and suggests how Post-Implementation Reviews (PIRs) might be improved.