Sunday, September 4

The Sunday Quote no. 125


The Sunday quote:
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"Polls of public and business opinion indicate concern that excessive regulation is hampering both commercial enterprise and daily life. The prime minister echoes that feeling, but the odds are that after his words have grabbed the headlines, it will all disappear into impressive-sounding initiatives which achieve nothing. The last five deregulatory initiatives all left more regulation in place at the end of them.''

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Dr Madsen Pirie writing on the Adam Smith Institute Blog May 2005

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I believe today is the second anniversary of The Sunday Quote.
I hope this life enriching feature continues for many years to come and let's see more of the mid-week special too - these pearls of wisdom are very much appeciated!

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