General Reports and Other Publications (Archive)

ONS:  National Accounts changes: impact on real GDP growth 1997 to 2014

Audit Scotland:  Rural programme continues to face challenges after multiple failures

PC&PE:  EU Operation Sophia failing to disrupt people smuggling, says Committee

PC&PE:  Prison safety - action plan urgently needed to reverse rapid deterioration

PC&PE:  Common Agricultural Policy reform must focus on delivering Public Goods

PC&PE:  Government commitment to SMEs at risk without new approach

DWP:  Employment rate hits record 74.2% ~ ScotGov:  Labour market statistics ~ WO:  Hat-trick of good news for Welsh economy as employment rate hits record high)

DWP:  Benefit fraud & error at record low level

ScotGov:  Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2014/15: Sexual assault, stalking & harassment – (ScotGov:  Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2014/15: Partner Abuse ~ ScotGov:  Insights into key equality outcomes across Scotland ~ ScotGov:  Reconviction rates continue to fall)

MMO:  Views sought on annual fisheries statistics publication

Kings Fund:  Quality of care under threat as NHS enters watershed year

CMA report shows benefits of BAA break-up

FSA publishes list of incidents for January to March 2016

IFG: Queen’s Speech risks adding more pressure onto Government, new report warns

JRF:  Queen’s Speech must support social justice for all after a third of UK population experience poverty – (JRF:  Queen’s Speech - Life chances plans must go much further to address poverty ~ JRF:  Challenge for growing Northern Powerhouse city regions to share the proceeds of prosperity)

NEF:  Fixing finance: one step forwards, two steps back?

IPPR:  Role of private companies in education must be to innovate not profit – (IPPR:  Prison reforms will only work with investment to tackle reoffending ~ IPPR:  British Bill of Rights faces several hurdles ~ IPPR:  Driverless cars - long way to go before anyone takes their hands off the wheel ~ IPPR North comment - Bus Services Bill)

IEA:  Queen's Speech lacked meaningful direction

Demos Responds to the Queen’s Speech

CIPD:  Crunch time for Britain’s workforce - Employers need to step up support to retain valuable older workers & working carers – (CIPD:   Pay growth for most employees likely to remain stuck in the slow lane until at least the end of the decade ~ CIPD responds to the Queen’s Speech)

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