General Reports and Other Publications (Archive)

ONS publishes principles of how its data is collected, used & protected – (ONS:  Part-timers contribute to strong growth in self-employment ~ ONS:  Changes to publication schedule for economic statistics ~ ONS invites potential partners for new Data Science Campus)

NAO:  Department for Work & Pensions 2015-16 accounts

NAO:  Disposal of public land for new homes: a progress report

NAO:  Nuclear power in the UK

NAO:  Investigation into the collapse of the UnitingCare Partnership contract in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

NAO:  BBC TV Fee Trust Statement for the year ending 31 March 2016 – audit report of the C&AG

NAO:  Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs Annual Report & Accounts 2015-16

Audit Scotland:  First audit of higher education sets out major challenges ahead

AS:  Enterprise bodies performing well but government's economic strategy needs more development

Wales Audit Office:  The Welsh Government’s funding of Kancoat Ltd

PC&PE:  "Alarming" inconsistencies in policing across forces must be addressed

PC&PE:  Don't privatise Channel 4

PC&PE:  ISIL's finances have been damaged, but UK can do more

PC&PE:  Service family accommodation has failed families for years

PC&PE:  Volkswagen failed UK customers, but Government is failing consumers

PC&PE:  End London's "welcome mat" for money launderers, says Committee ~ One suspects much of the money is sent abroad asap!

techUK:  Police Procurement is ‘clearly inefficient’

NO:  South Oxfordshire District Council urged to reconsider Ombudsman’s report  - (NO:  Annual Report & Accounts demonstrates Local Government Ombudsman is ‘Equipped for the Future’ ~ NO:  Green Belt planning report issued by Local Government Ombudsman)

Ofcom:  Viewers still tuned in to public service broadcasting

ScotGov:  Tourism figures

WAG:  Environment Secretary welcomes decrease in fuel poverty in Wales

Skills Funding Agency:  Annual report and accounts 2015 to 2016

IFS:  Sterling’s slide is not good news, despite what some will tell you

Demos:  British Families ‘Exposed’ in Times of Economic Shocks

Kings Fund:  Politicians must be honest with the public about the NHS ~ King’s Fund calls for NHS commitment to a new partnership with patients ~ NHS Confederation responds to King's Fund report on NHS deficits ~ Kings Fund: Cornerstone of NHS reforms faces uncertain future)

IFG:  A Ministry for Brexit may not be the best option – (IFG:  Civil Service Workforce Plan - Institute for Government response)

CSJ Britain will remain a divided nation unless the next Prime Minister reaches out to the ‘have nots’, warn two top think tanks)

NLGN:  Research project gives cities control over a third of corporation tax to fix UK’S stalling productivity – (NGLN:  Devolution Revolution - The next steps to deliver outcomes)

NIESR:  ‘Cautious Bank holds powder dry’

IPPR:  Sadiq Khan should be radical to cut deadly air pollution – (IPPR proposes emergency brake on free movement as it sets Brexit options for Theresa May)

Demos:  Ambitious pilot in deprived schools shows how extra-curricular activities can build children’s leadership skills

CIPD:  Boards have a vital role and responsibility in understanding culture and how it affects employees

Adoption of Intelligent Automation in the Public Sector