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UK government reports online this week

January 20, 2012 863

Review of Film policy final report “A Future for British Film – it begins with the audience”,

Public Accounts Committee – Sixty-Third Report
Preparations for the roll-out of smart meters
HC 1617

Investigating the triggers into claiming Pension Credit Department for Work and Pensions

Justice Committee – Eleventh Report
Joint Enterprise
HC1597
volume 2

Home Affairs Committee – Seventeenth Report
UK Border Controls
HC 1647.

Audit Commission and Monitor guide: Delivering sustainable cost improvement programmes in NHS.


International Development Committee – Thirteenth Report
Private Foundations
HC 1557. Volume 2.

Reorganising central government bodies National Audit Office- HC 1703

Home Office: Homicides, firearm offences and intimate violence 2010-11 – Supplementary volume two to Crime in England and Wales 2010-11

Home Office: Crime in England and Wales – Quarterly update to September 2011

Health and Safety Executive: Violence at work – Statistics

Health and Safety Executive: Review on the validity and reliability of self-reported work-related illness

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