Very small businesses suffer from bureaucracy more, proportionally, than big ones.
All regulations should apply to big enterprises [big financially, or in numbers they employ? – I leave something for our expensive, and worth every penny!, MPs to decide].
Medium-sized enterprises should have some relief.
Small businesses – perhaps those employing less then twenty, say, or less then twelve, shall have only basic regulation.
Why is this idea important?
Allows small businesses to start without too great a millstone of regulation around their necks.
Many won't survive, but those that prosper will increase in size, and then become liable for more regulation – as their importance in and to the community increases.