Deregulation

U.K. PM Promises To Slash Nation's Regulatory Burden

Get the government out of the way, you know

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Britain's bureaucrats must summon the spirit used to defeat Hitler's Germany in order to stimulate sustained growth in the country's stuttering economy, Prime Minister David Cameron was to say Monday.

In a speech at the annual conference of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) - an influential business lobbying group - Cameron was to outline plans to cut through red tape, according to extracts released by his Downing Street office.

He was to blame pressure from lobbyists for creating "risk-averse" civil servants and explain his plans to get "Britain on the rise to compete and thrive in the global race.