David Cameron has cited a rule that insists shopkeepers apply for a poison licence to sell oven cleaner as one of a list of "crazy examples dreamt up" by "Whitehall bureaucrats".
Let me just give you a few more crazy examples dreamt up in the past by Whitehall bureaucrats. Employees used to be able to sue their employer if they were insulted by a customer.
We’ve changed the Equality Act to stop that. Shopkeepers used to need a poison licence to sell oven cleaner – we’re scrapping that.
More top news
A calendar by photographer Steve McCurry captures the rare and disappearing food traditions of rural Africa.
After the Finnish company was acquired by Microsoft, all its phones will soon be rebranded as Microsoft Lumia devices.
After yesterday's fierce wind and rain things are starting to calm down, but it is still autumn so it remains fairly unsettled.