Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Economics reports 23-27th June 2014

 Work that pays final report of the Living Wage Commission.

Equitable full employment - delivering a jobs recovery for all TUC

the real deal- funeral costs - report by Citizen Advice Bureau Scotland rising costs of funerals

Infrastructure 2014 report by CityUk brings key statistics and facts to show how infrastructure investment adds economic value, how the private sector has played a crucial role in the development of UK infrastructure, the scope and opportunities presented by the National Infrastructure Plan and, finally, assessments of global demand and funding.

Financial resilience in later life report AgeUK

Abolishing the innovation poll tax Centre for Policy Studies report.

in the UK from 1970 to 2011 Civitas report.

Health reports 23-27th June 2014

Enough is enough A report on child protection and mental health services for children and young people- Centre for Social Justice

Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)
Tackling health inequalities: the case for investment in the wider public health workforce

Government reports 23-27th June 2014

Political and Constitutional Reform - First Report Role and powers of the Prime Minister

Local government funding: Assurance to Parliament National Audit Office.

Early contracts for renewable electricity National Audit Office

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Health reports 16-21 June 2014

RCN publishes ‘All in it together? The Executive pay bill in England’s NHS’

Health Literacy- Report from the Royal College of General Practitioners.

Nuffield Trust - A decade of austerity in Wales? The funding pressures facing the NHS in Wales to 2025/26

The Peter Sowerby Commission report a group of experts established by the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London with a grant from the Peter Sowerby Foundation, has concluded that there are major benefits to health from sharing records, first by ensuring all staff caring for a patient have access to details of their condition, medication and test results

Going with change: allowing new models of health care to be provided for NHS patients

College of Medicine

Recipes for sustainable healthcare

This report makes recommendations for how the delivery of NHS care can be made more sustainable and help to improve outcomes for people living with long-term conditions

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Economics reports 16-21 June 2014

China free trade zones discussion papers CityUK

The road from Serfdom - report on UK taxation by Centre for Policy Studies.

Marketing social investments - an outline of the UK financial promotion regime City of London Research

Social policy reports 16-21st June 2014

British Social Attitudes report.

Reading Counts: Why English and maths  skills matter in tackling 
homelessness - St Mungos report shows high levels of reading and writing problems amongst the homeless.

Families on the brink: welfare reform in London Child Poverty Action Group. London Councils lack housing.

Youth courts inquiry - final report The National Children's Bureau and the Independent Parliamentarians' Inquiry into the Operation and Effectiveness of the Youth Court

Government reports 16-25th June 2014

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee - First Report 
Winter floods 2013-14

Oversight of three PFI waste projects National Audit Office

Education Committee - First Report Underachievement in Education by White Working Class Children

Public Accounts Committee - Second Report
Help to Buy equity loans

Treasury - Tenth Report 
Private Finance 2

Foreign Affairs Committee - First Report The use of Diego Garcia by the United States

Friday, 6 June 2014

Health reports 2nd-7th June 2014

Establishing incentives and changing cultures to support data access Wellcome Trust

The open data era in health and social care- This report contains a blueprint for the NHS in England to develop a research and learning programme for the open data era in health and social care.GovLab

Thursday, 5 June 2014