General Reports and Other Publications (Archive)

ONS:  Domestic abuse in England and Wales, year ending March 2017

NAO:  Implementing the UK’s Exit from the EU

NAO:  Update on the Thameslink Programme

Audit Scotland:  Well-performing West Lothian needs councillors to play more prominent role

PC&PE:  Committees publish Bill to end exploitation in the gig economy

PC&PE:  2 Sisters and Standards in Poultry Processing report published

PC&PE:  EU (Withdrawal) Bill report released ~ PC&PE:  Urgent action needed to end devolution stalemate on repatriation of powers

PC&PE:  Increase share of UK aid to global education

PC&PE:  No one protected interests of consumers in Hinkley power deal

NO:  Ombudsman highlights the power of complaints to improve social care ~ NO:  Woman charged for hours of care she did not receive

HMT:  Sir Michael Barber report into improving value in public spending published

ScotGov:  Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2015: Highlights from Scotland’s results: Collaborative Problem Solving

Open Europe:  Bavarian scepticism towards EC’s Brexit negotiation stance – (OE:  German coalition talks have failed – what now?)

IFS:  If these forecasts prove correct we will be worse off and government debt will remain higher for longer

IfG:  Government biased against public borrowing to pay for infrastructure

PX:  ‘Without sound finance, you cannot have a strong economy with which to fund public services’ – the moral the Chancellor should choose for his Budget – (PX:  Beware excessive “declinism” – we’re putting more money into UK defence but American warnings must also be heeded)

The King's Fund responds to the government's announcement on the social care Green Paper ~ The King's Fund responds to the 2017 Autumn Budget

IEA:  Chancellor should save not splurge in Budget – (IEA:  Interventionist Budget will not have desired effect on living costs)

CIPD:  The new University Challenge - Justify top fees as only half of graduates get graduate-level jobs

RUSI:  Israel and Saudi Arabia - The Best of ‘Frenemies’

Adam Smith Institute reacts to Budget 2017

JRF Autumn Budget response: struggling people needed far more from the Budget

Budget 2017 – Demos’ Director Claudia Wood responds

NIESR: A Balanced Budget approach to the Risks posed by Brexit

CSJ:  The forgotten role of families – why it is time to find our voice on families

Powering Britains Public Sector