Red tape burden to be reduced: Buswell

The state government has announced a raft of measures to reduce the burden of excessive red tape on businesses and consumers and to bar the way to unnecessary government regulation in the future.


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Maddington, WA
So here we go again, another promise of action - but we're not going to get action, just a report on what action to take (after a lot of business class travelling and overnights in some well-appointed hotels) in NINE MONTHS. If these MP's have such a strong back-ground in business why can't they just make recommendations on their own experiences? And why do I always get a sinking feeling every time the government says it's going to simplify things?

High Wycombe
I trust government can deliver on this - I have my doubts - not because of 'want' but because of the entrenched processes the 'humans' support - there will need to be a razor gang approach to implement such a change. Mr. Buswell, I sincerely hope your plans are taken up. Question; Local Government - comparatively LG processes and delays deserve the gold medal for "Costly Delays" champions whereas (as slow and tedious they may be) the State Government have only arrived at the bus to drive to the olympic "costly delays" contest - any plans to recast Local Governments?

Mt Pleasant
Isn't this from an episode in "Yes Minister"?

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