UK Government publications 23-28 October 2011

New weekly round up of the latest official reports online from Uk government.

Skills for a green economy Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Local Authority Capital Expenditure and Receipts: England 2010-11 final outturn

Department for Transport: Public attitudes towards buses – March 2011

Cabinet Office: Keeping the country running – Natural hazards and infrastructure

Home Office: An overview of recorded crimes and arrests resulting from disorder events in August 2011– This report presents an analytical overview of the disorder that occurred in parts of England in August 2011. It reports on 5,175 recorded crimes and 4,105 arrests across 19 police forces that were affected by the disorder. The analysis covers where and when the disorder took place; the types of crimes recorded by the police; and the characteristics of suspects arrested by the police

Department for Education: 10-17 year olds brought before the courts for offences relating to the public disorder between 6 and 9 August 2011 – Background characteristics, school attendance and educational attainment

Energy and Climate Change – Eighth Report
UK Energy Supply: Security or Independence? HC 1065 volume 2

Public Accounts Committee – Fifty-Third Report
Managing high value capital equipment in the NHS in England HC 1469

Listening and Learningthe Ombudsman’s review of complaint handling by the NHS in England 2010-11

Charitable giving indicators 2010-11

Small and medium sized enterprises business barometer August 2011

Environmental Audit Committee – Eighth Report
Preparations for the Rio +20 Summit

HM Revenue and Customs Gender Pay Gap 2010

Justice Committee – Ninth Report
Referral fees and the theft of personal data: evidence from the information Commissioner
HC 1473

Department of Health: Long-term health conditions 2011 – Research study. The results of the third and final wave of a tracking study by Ipsos MORI exploring attitudes towards self-care, and the public’s perceptions and behaviour with regard to both their own health and the NHS generally. The study captures the attitudes and behaviour of those people in long-term care regarding the self management of their condition and their use of healthcare services.

Department of Education: The protection of children online: a brief scoping review to identify vulnerable groups

Department fo Education: What does the Local Child Poverty Measure tell us about the distribution of child poverty in England?

Department for Education: Safeguarding children across services – Messages from research

Department for Education: The impact of key stage four vocational courses on disengaged young people’s engagement with education 15-18

Department for Education: National evaluation of diplomas – Cohort two – The second year

Department for Education: Outcomes for the first cohort of diploma learners

Ofsted: Fostering agencies and fostering services dataset 2010-11

Home Office: Monthly Asylum Statistics August 2011

Home Office: Children entering detention held solely under Immigration Act powers – September 2011

Flood Risk Management in England National Audit Office report

International Development Committee – Tenth Report The Closure of DFID’s Bilateral Aid Programme in Burundi HC 1134

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