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UK government reports online this week

November 19, 2011 688

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Environmental Audit Committee – Ninth Report
Air quality: A follow up report HC 1024
volume 2

Public Accounts Committee – Fifty-Fifth Report Formula Funding of Local Public Services HC1502

Treasury – Twenty-Third Report
The future of cheques: Government and Payments Council Responses to the Eighteenth Report from the Committee
HC1645

Ministry of Defence: The Major Projects Report 2011
National Audit Office.

Understanding the worklessness dynamics and characteristics of deprived areas- Department for Work and Pensions

Ministry of Justice: The strengths and skills of the judiciary in the magistrates’ courts

Tough times Councils’ responses to a challenging financial climate Audit Commisison report.

Home Office: Perceptions of crime, engagement with the police, authorities dealing with anti-social behaviour and community payback – Findings from the 2010-11 British Crime Survey – Supplementary volume one to Crime in England and Wales 2010-11

DWP: An evaluation of the statement of fitness for work – Qualitative research with general practitioners

House Building – September quarter 2011 – England statistics

Count of gypsy and traveller caravans – July 2011 statistics.

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