UK Government reports online

These major Uk government reports were released online 14-18th November 2011

Transport Committee – Tenth Report
High Speed Rail HC 1185
volume 2
volume 3

Department for Transport: Transport security annual report 2010-11

Home Office: Suspensions in UK Border Force – Oral statement by Theresa May

BIS: Informing choice in post-16 education and learning– This is a report on research to determine the type of information that would most effectively support learners, employers and advice and guidance intermediaries in making choices about post-16 provision.

Public Accounts Committee – Fifty-Fourth Report
Protecting Consumers – the system for enforcing consumer law

Department for Education: Diploma learning – England 2010-11 statistics.

Audit Commission: Protecting the public purse 2011 – Fighting fraud against local government

Department of Health: The UK influenza preparedness strategy 2011

Encouraging involvement in Big Society – A cultural and sporting perspective

Department for Transport: Road traffic estimates: Quarter three – 2011

Home Office: Seizures of drugs in England and Wales 2010-11

HMI Probation and HMI Constabulary: Thematic inspection report – Putting the pieces together

Business, Innovation and Skills Committee – Twelfth Report
Government reform of Higher Education HC 885
volume 2

Standards and Privileges Committee – Nineteenth Report Review of the Code of Conduct HC 1579

DFID: Transferring Cash & Assets to the poorDFID is successfully reaching particularly poor people with transfers, but needs to focus more on how cost-effectively they are delivered.

The expansion of online filing of tax returns National Audit Office- HC: 1457
National Audit Office report HC 1587

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