In his Cornerstone policy paper Enterprise Britain, Brian Binley MP calls for an overhaul of the relationship between government and business. Under these new proposals business would cease to see the state as a “burden on its back” but instead “a supportive friend at its side”. The paper has been submitted to the policy group on economic competitiveness set up by David Cameron.
Mr Binley’s paper identifies six key issues:
1. Business taxation
4. New Business
6. An Enterprise Culture
The paper emphasizes the need for government to take a step back , cutting taxes and red tape whilst taking measures to stimulate vital yet fragile parts of the economy. These would include steps to provide support for start-up businesses, promote education and skills training and create an environment favorable towards the profitable “risk taking” of the UK’s entrepreneurs.
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