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Public Administration Committee – Fifteenth Report
Smaller Government: What do Ministers do?
Further Report HC 1540

East Midlands Regional Committee – Eighth Special Report
Participation by 16-19 year olds in education and training: Government Response to the Committee’s Fourth Report

Procedure Committee – Fifth Report 2010 elections for positions in the House

Equality and Human Rights Commission: Public authority commitment and action to eliminate targeted harassment and violence. This research report provides the first attempt at a systematic investigation of what public authorities in Britain are doing to eliminate targeted harassment directed at people on the grounds of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status.

Department of Health: 2010-11 working age adult and older adult national survey of investment in mental health services

Department for Transport: Cost of running the rail network– statistics.

Department of Health: Cold Weather Plan for England

Education Committee – Ninth Special Report
The English Baccalaureate: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report
HC 1577

Health Committee – Twelfth Report
Public Health
volume 2

Crown Prosecution Service: the introduction of the Streamlined Process
National Audit office HC 1584

HM Treasury: Public service pensions – Statement by Danny Alexander

Home Office: Ending gang and youth violence – A cross-government report

Civil Partnerships: Religious premises – Consultation response – Written statement by Lynne Featherstone

Health and Safety Executive Annual Statistics Report 2010-11

Culture, Media and Sport Committee – Eighth Report
Spectrum Broad hc 1258

Communities and Local Government Committee – Sixth Report
Regeneration HC1014

volume 2

Family Justice Independent review final report.

Home Office: Individual disengagement from Al Qa’ida-influenced terrorist groups

Home Office: Understanding vulnerability and resilience in individuals to the influence of Al Qa’ida violent extremism

Home Office: Al Qa’ida-influenced radicalisation – A rapid evidence assessment guided by situational action theory

Oversight of special education for young people aged 16-25National Audit Office report.

Political and Constitutional Reform Committee – Tenth Report
Individual Electoral Registration and Electoral Administration

Home Affairs Committee – Fifteenth Report
The work of the UK Border Agency (April July 2011)
HC 1497.

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