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The UK’s current regulatory system is cumbersome, siloed, and lacking parliamentary scrutiny and accountability. In its current form, it is not equipped to support the UK in overcoming its fiercest challenges, such as stagnant growth, or to take advantage of new and emerging trends, for example Artificial Intelligence.

The RRG was set up to encourage a rethink about the purpose of regulation, the outcomes the regulatory system is trying to achieve, and whether our regulatory system improves the lives of citizens, families and communities across the UK.

The RRG was established with three foundational missions:


  1. Embolden the UK to seize the opportunity afforded by Brexit to evolve its regulatory system;

  2. Ensure that a reformed regulatory system is grounded in the foundational principles of accountability, transparency, and proportionality;

  3. Promote a streamlined and cross-sectoral regulatory system, rather than the narrow, siloed approach that currently prevails.

RRG Members

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Rt Hon Robert Buckland KC MP (Chair)

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Mark Garnier MP


John Penrose MP

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Alun Cairns MP

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Stephen Hammond MP

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Vicky Ford MP

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Lord Andrew Tyrie

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Richard Fuller MP

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James Wild MP

The Advisory Council

The RRG is supported by a cross-sectoral Business Advisory Council, chaired by Tracy Blackwell, CEO of PIC.

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