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UK government reports published this week

January 6, 2012 728

Here is our weekly round up of new UK government publications online.

2009-10 Citizenship Survey – Community spirit topic report
2009-10 Citizenship Survey – Community action topic report
2009-10 Citizenship Survey – Race, religion and equalities topic report
Delivering results – National minimum wage compliance annual report.

Department for Education: Young people’s education and labour market choices aged 16-17 to 18-19

Department for Education: Class size and education in England evidence report

Flood risk and insurance – A roadmap to 2013 and beyond DEFRA.

Energy and Climate Change – Ninth Report
Solar Power Feed-in Tariffs
volume 2

Home Office: Children entering detention held solely under Immigration Act powers, by age and place of initial detention – November 2011

Home Office: Monthly asylum statistics – October 2011

International Development Committee – Twelfth Report Working Effectively in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States: DRC and Rwanda
additional evidence

Foreign Affairs Committee – Tenth Report
Piracy off the coast of Somalia

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