Thousands of pages of "crazy" guidance that tells businesses and builders how to do everything from dealing with the problem of dirty windows to cutting hedgerows will by slashed by up to 90%, David Cameron will pledge today.
The Prime Minister will tell business leaders that the coalition will be the first government in modern history to have reduced the overall burden of red tape business, saving more than £850 million a year.
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