No More Red Tape: MHRA Awaits Tougher Sanctioning Powers in the UK
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The UK government in 2004 asked Philip Hampton, a leading businessman, to lead a review of regulatory inspection and enforcement across a number of the country’s regulatory agencies. The report of the review, called the Hampton Report, was published in March 2005 and set out an ambitious programme to reduce the burdens on business created by regulatory systems1.
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