'Cameron declares war on red tape'

By James Wilmore

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David Cameron yesterday declared a personal war on red tape in a bid to get Britain's businesses booming. The PM put himself at the vanguard of an...

David Cameron yesterday declared a personal war on red tape in a bid to get Britain's businesses booming. The PM put himself at the vanguard of an all-out assault on the jobsworths and petty rules holding back the country's stalled economic recovery. Mr Cameron - seeking to silence critics in the business world - promised he and his ministers would "roll up our sleeves and do everything possible" to help people start and grow their businesses - The Sun

Britain was last night poised to become the first European country to force all cigarettes to be sold in plain packs - with no logos or graphics. Distinctive colours on packets will be banned under a crackdown expected to be announced this week. All that will remain is the name of the brand - and the health warning - The Sun

Forget selecting a wine with a good nose. For a truly delicious drink, you may want to find one with a good ear. Playing music to fermenting grape juice results in wine that tastes better, according to a group of winemakers in Austria - Daily Mail

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