In a speech to the Federation of Small Businesses, David Cameron has said that the Government needs to "get out of the way" of business.
Mr Cameron said: "There are areas where government needs to get out of the way of small business success."
He added that he doesn't want to see high streets being "hollowed out" and instead wants to see shops thrive.
"I really want to see our high Streets be a success, I don't want to see a hollowing out of our high streets," he said.
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