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The Business, Innovation and Skills Committee Report on Overseas Students and Net Migration

In a report– ‘Overseas Students and Net Migration’ – the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee has called on the Government to record overseas students under a classification that does not count against the overall limit on net migration in order... (Continue reading)

Local authority revenue expenditure and financing England: 2011-12 provisional outturn

The latest national statistics on the provisional outturn estimates of local authority revenue expenditure and financing for 2011-12 were released on 30 August 2012 under arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority. To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

SME Finance Monitor Q2 2012: The mid-year review

The only authoritive large scale study of SMEs and their access to finance. To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

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SME Finance Monitor Q2 2012: The mid-year review

An overview of characteristics of SMEs in the UK. Unless otherwise stated, figures are based on all interviews conducted in the year ending Q2 2012. To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

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THE CASE FOR A BRITISH BUSINESS BANK

Across Britain, there is strong evidence of a serious market failure around access to finance, especially for fast-growing and newer businesses. The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has argued for months that to overcome that market failure, Britain needs a... (Continue reading)

Register Of All-Party Groups [as at 27 July 2012]

To encourage interest in aviation and to arrange meetings and briefings on aviation issues with airlines, airports, the Civil Aviation Authority, trade unions and other relevant organisations and individuals. To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

Working for Scotland: The Government’s Programme for Scotland 2012-2013

The Scottish Government’s approach to delivering its objectives is built around working in collaboration and partnership; and focusing on prevention rather than waiting until more expensive crisis interventions are needed.   To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

NHS data accuracy is getting better, but there is still room for improvement

The Audit Commission has found that the quality of data being used by the health service’s Payment by Results (PbR) system has improved since it reviewed all NHS acute trusts last year. To view the report, click here... (Continue reading)

Local Pay, Local Growth: Reforming pay setting in the public sector

Rebalancing the pay and pensions of public sector workers so that they are in line with that of equivalent workers in the private sector would save the UK £6.3 billion a year in public spending. This money would be better... (Continue reading)

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Review of the data systems for the Department for Transport

Review of a sample of the data systems underpinning the input and impact indicators in the Department for Transport’s Business Plan, Common Areas of Spend and wider management information. To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

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