The British Conservative party is coming under more and more pressure this morning after a latest report has revealed that the party played an active role in the overhauling of the health and safety standards for Housing and business premises in the UK.
With pressure continuingly growing on the Government from angry citizens who are demanding answers as to why the Grenfell Tower block blaze occurred, media outlets throughout the UK have criticised the Tory party after it was uncovered that they under the guidance of former Prime Minister David Cameron decided to change health and safety regulations in order to eradicate what thay called a health safety culture that was harming money making businesses.
Back in 2015 the British PM along with the Business Secretary Sajid Javid, the government decided to change fire safety regulations so that they would take a lot less longer than they usually did.
Under the regulations safety inspections were cut from 6 hours to just 45 minutes under the initiative that was dubbed Cutting Red Tape.
During what is now considered a costly and unjustified catrostrophic error the British Government released the following memo on its website stating why the new regulations were brought in saying they fully intend to get rid of an ‘unnecessary bureaucracy’.
“The latest initiative intends to shine a light on out dated legislation and confusing implementation of it, such as unhelpful government guidance or needlessly complex inspection regimes, to ensure they make sense.”
‘”Businesses with good records have had fire safety inspections reduced from six hours to 45 minutes, allowing managers to quickly get back to their day job.”