General Reports and Other Publications

RBS bad bank review published
UK now on a steady growth path through 2015 & beyond - CBI
IEA: A fizzy drinks tax would be both regressive & ineffective
nef-Energy round-up: the good news & bad news
Artificial barriers hampering Work Programme in Wales
IFS: Since 2008 food spending fails to keep pace with rising food prices and nutritional quality of calories falls / Long term decline in calorie purchases despite increase in calories from eating out, snacks and soft drinks
LGA - Shelter report on homeless families placed in B&Bs – LGA response – (80,000 children facing homelessness this Christmas)
Committee publishes report on the Duchy of Cornwall accounts
Watch now: Arts Council and the RSA seminar on a new political economy for the arts
Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council denies community sports club the chance to run disused facilities
CIPD Annual Conference: How can HR reduce the failure rate of strategic partnerships between organisations? – (CIPD to set new framework for future of HR and people development, as Peter Cheese identifies a profession at an inflection point, but ready to seize opportunities ~ CIPD - Organisations paralysed by pace of change in today’s world require radical reinvention of management practices, concludes ‘hackathon’ facilitated by CIPD and Gary Hamel ~ CIPD - Silos, skills gaps & suspicion may be hampering HR’s potential to join the big data revolution ~ CIPD - HR, accountancy and management professions announce major collaboration to help better value and measure impact of people on organisational performance)
Education Committee publishes report on school partnerships & cooperation
England’s bathing waters see record improvement
National Population Projections, 2012-based Statistical Bulletin
Ofsted reports back to Suffolk County Council following focused inspections
Policy Exchange:  Think Tank calls for 1.5m new homes by 2020 – (Taxing Issues? Reducing housing demand or increasing housing supply)
NEF - What you need to know about the housing market
Paying the living wage would mean a £3.2bn boost to public finances
Home Office still failing to get to grips with backlogs
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