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.
Committee member Jonathan Cave discusses some of the issues to think about if considering a 'One-in, X-out' approach to controlling regulation.
RPC member Professor Brian Morgan discusses the range of impacts that should be considered in regulatory impact assessment.
RPC committee member Jonathan Cave sets out some of the issues to consider in measuring the impacts of regulation.
RPC member Laura Cox comments on the differences between civil society organisations (CSOs) and businesses, and considers how the Better Regulation Framework should be applied to CSOs.
RPC member Jeremy Mayhew makes the case for effective evaluation of regulation after implementation and suggests how Post-Implementation Reviews (PIRs) might be improved.
RPC Chair Stephen Gibson discusses the value of independent scrutiny.
RPC Chair Stephen Gibson comments on reforming the Framework for Better Regulation.
RPC Chair Stephen Gibson comments on the current exemptions to the Better Regulation Framework and how they might change.
RPC Chair Stephen Gibson comments on the Taskforce on Innovation, Growth and Regulatory Reform (TIGRR) report.
RPC Chair Stephen Gibson discusses the case for independent scrutiny of impact assessments earlier in the decision-making process.