General Reports and Other Publications (Archive)

ONS:  The Alan Turing Institute and ONS commit to shared vision for data science research & innovation – (ONS:  UK’s first data analytics apprentices arrive at ONS)

NAO:  Local Enterprise Partnerships: census findings

NAO:  Departmental Overview 2015-16: Cabinet Office

WAO:  National Library has taken significant steps to improve its governance & management arrangements

PC&PE:  UK Intergovernmental relations must improve as negotiations to leave EU begin

PC&PE:  Proposals for a common consolidated corporate tax base needs urgent debate

NO:  Council fails for a second time to provide therapy for Somerset boy with special educational needs

LGO refreshes its core values

DWP:  Dame Carol Black publishes review on links between work and addiction ~ LGA responds to Black review on employment outcomes

DCMS:  Building a country that works for everyone: Independent Panel publishes report on putting values at the heart of our businesses

CLG:  Casey calls for integration plan to bind communities together ~ IPPR responds to the Casey review

ScotGov:  Obesity Indicators statistics published – (ScotGov:  Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2015: Highlights from Scotland’s results ~ ScotGov:  Statistical news  - Fuel poverty)

IFS:  30 hours of free childcare likely to boost parental employment only slightly

CSJ:  New grammars should scout for talent like top sports clubs – (CSJ:  Jobless benefits for middle classes should be paid by private insurance ~  Charitable ethos helps businesses boost bottom line, finds CSJ)

JRF: In work poverty hits record high as the housing crisis fuels insecurity ~ TUC: In-work poverty figures show that Britain needs a pay rise

IfG statement in response to "Brexit plan"

IPPR:  Port Talbot - With 4,000 jobs at the works and 6,600 up the supply chain today's deal is good news – (IPPR:  Home sharing services must make sure planning rules observed to avoid future problems)

IEA:  Rail announcements are a step in the right direction but could go further

NIESR: GDP growth of 0.4% in 3 months ending in November 2016 – (NIESR: Sharp fall in migration post Brexit could shrink GDP per capita by more than 3pc)

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