The government says it has set out a comprehensive strategy which aims to achieve strong, sustainable and balanced growth. In a statement it said:
"Savings to business from cuts in regulation have outweighed the costs of new domestic regulation by more than £850m and reform of labour laws has already led to an increase in the qualification period for unfair dismissal and reform of employment tribunals.
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Former Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has David Cameron should remain prime minister even if Britain votes to leave the EU.
Tony Blair has said Leave campaigners are focusing on immigration "because they've lost comprehensively the debate on the economy".