General Reports and Other Publications (Archive)

ONS announces first data journalism internships

PC&PE:  Operation Sophia saves lives but has not stopped people smuggling ~ Unicef:  Response to Lords committee report on Operation Sophia

NHS Confed:  Parliamentary Review interim report: Final report needs to tackle long term funding for health & social care

NAO:  The new generation electronic monitoring programme

NAO:  The Customs Declaration Service

WAO:  Welsh Government using the NHS finances act to drive better planning of services & finances

NO:  Quality matters commitment to improve adult social care launched ~ NO:  Ombudsman investigations are “making a difference” and changing services for the better

NO:  Grandmother left without respite for two years by London Borough of Croydon ~ Report 16006391 Croydon Lb

STFC:  Annual Report and Accounts for 2016-2017

Kings Fund:  Big cuts planned to public health budgets

NIESR: GDP growth of 0.3 per cent in 2017Q2 – (NIESR reacts to the OBR Fiscal Risks Report ~

RUSI:  Groundhog Day for Counterterrorist Finance - Time to Rethink the Response

The King's Fund responds to the latest NHS Providers report

Open Europe:  How aligned are Labour and the Conservatives on ECJ jurisdiction? ~ Open Europe:  Muddling through - The impact of European crises on Euroscepticism ~ Open Europe:  The view from Brussels: EU and UK have already started to soften their positions in Brexit negotiations ~ Open Europe:  Transitional arrangements will likely be key to leaving Euratom

Legatum Institute:  Special Trade Commissioner says Brexit can foster a more open & faster growing economy

IFS - Families dependent on fathers' earnings alone have average incomes no higher than 15 years ago ~ JRF:  Single breadwinner families facing higher risk of poverty ~ JRF:  Slide in real wages means just managing families face little respite ~ IPPR:  Government must stop ignoring hidden crisis of rural homeless

PX:  Wolfson Economics Prize polling shows 69% of road users say Britain’s roads not good enough

IEA:  Taylor Review recommendations may hurt both workers & consumers

NLGN:  Councils & independent funders must work more collaboratively to put residents at the forefront of activity

Adam Smith Institute welcomes the Taylor Review on the Gig Economy

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