Fighting needless bureaucracy

Here’s something that we could really do with in the UK:
Kafka Savings – The Belgian government has saved 230 million euros over the past two years thanks to its web site ‘Kafka,’ which encourages people and businesses to submit examples of unnecessary bureaucracy in a bid to cut down on red tape, according to a report on the US web site ABC News. And occasionally, the government even agrees with complaints and reduces needless regulations. The site is named after the famous author who hated irrational bureaucracy:
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory?id=901586

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