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Details of consultations run before June 2009 can be found on the National Archives website.

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  • Higher Education - Consultation on potential early repayment mechanisms for student loans

    Response published: 23 Feb 2012

    Consultation period: 28 Jun 2011 to 20 Sep 2011

    We are consulting on potential early repayment mechanisms for student loans – similar to those paid by people who pre-pay their mortgages.

  • Executive remuneration discussion paper

    Response published: 23 Jan 2012

    Consultation period: 19 Sep 2011 to 25 Nov 2011

    Discussion paper seeking views on issues relating to executive remuneration.

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    Proposal to establish NESTA as an independent charity and a charitable trust

    Response published: 19 Jan 2012

    Consultation period: 18 Oct 2011 to 29 Nov 2011

    Consultation to gather views on the proposal to establish the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) as an independent charity with a separate charitable trust to hold the National Lottery endowment. BIS has considered replies to the consultation and has summarised them in a Government response.

  • Transforming Regulatory Enforcement: Discussion Paper

    Response published: 07 Dec 2011

    Consultation period: 24 Jun 2011 to 16 Sep 2011

    How regulation is enforced can be just as important for managing the burdens on business as the overall volume of regulation; and the way in which enforcement is approached also impacts on our ability to deliver high levels of compliance. As part of the Government’s reform strategy we are looking for better ways to implement regulation, to improve compliance outcomes whilst reducing burdens on compliant businesses and focusing resources on higher risk organisations.

  • New Challenges, New Chances: Next Steps in Implementing the Further Education Reform Programme

    Response published: 01 Dec 2011

    Consultation period: 16 Aug 2011 to 21 Oct 2011

    Consultation on 'New Challenges, New Chances: next steps in implementing the further education reform programme'. Feedback invited by 21 October 2011. Relates to other consultations on further education loans and informal adult and community learning.

  • The future of the Local Better Regulation Office (LBRO) and the extension of the Primary Authority scheme

    Response published: 29 Nov 2011

    Consultation period: 23 Jun 2011 to 16 Sep 2011

    The Government has launched two documents underpinning a consultation period on regulatory enforcement to seek views on the best ways to deliver improvements. Proposed changes will deliver commitments made in the Growth Review as part of a package of measures to free up business from unnecessary regulatory burdens.

  • Resolving workplace disputes - public consultation

    Response published: 23 Nov 2011

    Consultation period: 27 Jan 2011 to 20 Apr 2011

    This consultation, conducted by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service is a significant step in the Government’s Employment Law Review. We have considered over 400 responses to the consultation, summarised these and outlined the measures we intend to take forward in the Government response.

  • The Future of Narrative Reporting: a Consultation

    Response published: 19 Sep 2011

    Consultation period: 02 Aug 2010 to 19 Oct 2010

    Consultation paper seeking views on issues relating to corporate narrative reporting.

  • Consultation on Toy Safety

    Response published: 20 Jul 2011

    Consultation period: 04 Feb 2011 to 01 Apr 2011

  • Consumer Credit and Personal Insolvency: call for evidence

    Response published: 19 Jul 2011

    Consultation period: 15 Oct 2010 to 10 Dec 2010

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