Consultations closed and awaiting response
Once the consultation deadline has passed and we have analysed the responses, we will publish the Government Response. We aim to do this within three months of the date the consultation closed.
Details of consultations run before June 2009 can be found on the National Archives website.
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Consultation period: 27 Jun 2012 to 26 Sep 2012
This consultation seeks your views on the draft regulations for the content of directors' remuneration reports.
Consultation period: 21 Jun 2012 to 19 Sep 2012
The consultation seeks views on reforms to improve the quality of consultation over large scale redundancies.
Consultation period: 26 Jun 2012 to 07 Sep 2012
Invites stakeholders to contribute their views to a call for evidence on the Richard review of apprenticeships
Consultation period: 24 Apr 2012 to 24 Jul 2012
The consultation seeks views on reforms to empower consumers and businesses to challenge anti-competitive behaviour.
Consultation period: 28 May 2012 to 23 Jul 2012
Call for evidence to seek data from key stakeholders that can be used to assess the compliance costs to existing Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) system.
Consultation period: 28 Mar 2012 to 20 Jun 2012
This consultation seeks views on simplifying enforcement officers' investigatory powers and the removal of barriers to Trading Standards operating efficiently
Consultation period: 12 Mar 2012 to 04 May 2012
Call for evidence - Indirect costs of the Carbon Price Floor and EU ETS
Consultation period: 23 Nov 2011 to 31 Jan 2012
With this Call for Evidence we are keen to establish the advantages and disadvantages of the current rules on collective redundancy consultation. We want to find out what effect they have on business confidence and flexibility to respond effectively and appropriately to market opportunities and challenges. We want to understand the challenges for business in pursuing collective redundancy consultation – including the barriers to starting consultation and achieving agreement. We also want to explore the issues for employees – including the ability to engage meaningfully with their employer during a consultation and the ability to find and secure alternative employment or training, should that prove necessary.
Consultation period: 19 Sep 2011 to 25 Nov 2011
Discussion paper seeking views on issues relating to executive remuneration.
Consultation period: 15 Sep 2011 to 18 Nov 2011
On 22 June 2011, the Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable, announced that Professor John Kay would undertake an independent review to examine investment in UK equity markets and its impact on the long-term performance and governance of UK quoted companies. On 15th September 2011, Professor Kay launched the review’s call for evidence which builds on the previously published terms of reference, and set out a range of issues and questions on which we sought evidence. The review published its Interim Report, summarising the responses to the call for evidence on 29 February 2012. The review will publish its Final Report in summer 2012.