UK government reports published 10-14 January 2011

Postal services in Scotland Scottish Affairs select Committee HC 669

1st report – Embedding sustainable development across Government, after the Secretary of State’s announcement on the future of the Sustainable Development Commission – Environmental Audit Committee report.

Second Report – Financial scrutiny of the Department for Transport Transport select committee report. HC 483

4th report – The Work of the UK Border Agency Home Affairs select Committee

Commission for Rural Communities: Rural Economies Intelligence Report – Rural housing

The Macroeconomic Impact from Extending Working Lives

A breach of confidence Parliamentary Ombudsman Ann Abraham criticises three government agencies for collectively failing to put things right when a data sharing mistake led to a woman’s personal and financial information being wrongfully disclosed to her former partner and her child support payments being reduced without her knowledge.
DfE: Secondary school (Key Stage 4) performance tables in England 2009-10 (formerly achievement and attainment tables)

DfE: School and college (Key Stage 5) performance tables in England 2009-10 (formerly achievement and attainment tables)

DfE: GCSE and equivalent results in England – 2009-10 (Revised)

DfE: Funding per pupil – Updated

Statutory Redundancy Pay: Calculation table

Non-domestic Rateable Values: 2005 and 2010 local rating lists – England and Wales- valuation Office.

Citizenship Survey: Headline findings – April to September 2010 – England covers racism, fear of crime, community cohesion.

Home Office Research Report 49: Users’ views of the points-based system – immigration.

Home Office Occasional Paper 92: A feasibility study for a survey of migrants

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