Monday, 19 December 2016

Government reports 16-31st December 2016

Support for ex-offenders - House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee

Capital inquiry: recovery and resolution Treasury Select Committee

English votes for English laws Standing Orders: report of the Committee’s technical evaluation Procedure Committee

Troubled families: progress review Public Accounts Committee

Defined benefit pension schemes Work and Pensions Committee

Helping British Nationals Abroad 2016 Foreign and Commonwealth office annual report on consular assistance
Effectiveness and impact of post-2008 UK monetary policy Treasury Committee

Brexit reports 16-31st December 2016

The human rights implications of Brexit - Joint committee on Human Rights

Equipping the Government for Brexit: Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report

Beyond Brexit: Assessing key risks to the nursing workforce in England Institute for Employment Studies.

Lords Science and Technology Committee A time for boldness: EU membership and UK science after the referendum

Making a success of Brexit- a whole economy view of the UK-EU negotations. CBI

 Brexit and Data Protection (UK House of Commons Library)

Brexit: Impact of Exiting the EU on Higher Education (UK House of Commons Library)


Brexit Reading List: Economic, Business and Transport Policy Issues (UK House of Commons Library)

. Brexit Reading List: Impact of Brexit on Policing And Criminal Justice (UK House of Commons 

Parlemeter 2016, analytical overview
Special Eurobarometer of the European Parliament This 2016 Parlemeter of the European Parliament (EP/EB 86.1) was conducted in the 28 Member States of the European Union, from 24 September until 3 October 2016, by Kantar Public (previously TNS opinion). The survey is dedicated to Europeans’ perception of the European Parliament, its image and role, and how knowledgeable they are about the institution. It also presents the key questions of EU membership, identity, citizenship, priority policies and values

Brexit six months on.- UK in a changing Europe

Future proof Britain in 2020- IPPR report

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Government reports 12-16 December 2016

Social Policy reports 12-16 December 2016

Education Policy Institute - Grammar schools and social mobility

Small is beautiful: delivering more homes through small sites LGiU in partnership with the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) focuses on how local authorities can help to make this happen.

Economics reports 12-16 December 2016

Midlands engine trouble: The challenges facing the West Midlands Combined Authority Resolution Foundation.

Upgrading power: delivering a flexible electricity system: EEF

Brexit reports 12-16 December 2016

Brexit: UK-Irish relations Lords EU Committee

Bar Council Brexit papers 

Lords European Union Committee Brexit: financial services 

European Union Committee Brexit: acquired rights 

Whitehall’s preparation for the UK’s exit from the EU Institute for Government

Health reports 12-16 December 2016

Learning, candour and accountability A review of the way NHS trusts review and investigate the deaths of patients in England Care Quality Commission

NatCen Social Research- Attitudes to obesity: findings from the 2015 British Social Attitudes survey

Getting the midwifery workforce right Royal College of Midwives

Advisory Group on Contraception

Private lives, public health: the changing shape ofcontraceptive services in England post-2013

Universal healthcare without the NHS - Institute for Economic Affairs

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Brexit reports 5-12 December 2016

Leaving the European Union: Future UK-EU Relationship Lords Note

UK Parliament debate on the government's strategy 7th December 2016

The House of Lords European Union Committee launches a new short inquiry on the implications of Brexit for Gibraltar.

State of the North  2016- IPPR North Brexit vote will have worse impact in the North

Food Industry letter to the Guardian EU Workers in the Food and Drink Industry need reassurance about Brexit 

More United political movement supported by a group of individuals including Paddy Ashdown, Simon Schama aiming to crowdsource funding  to support MPs indeopndent of party who are based on shared values. The movement arose in the wake of Brexit and concerns about its impact in dividing Britain

Brexit impact on higher education: Committee publishes evidence

Government reports 5-12 December 2016

National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline 2016

The Casey Review: a review into opportunity and integration- In July 2015, at the request of the then Prime Minister and Home Secretary, Dame Louise Casey was asked to undertake a review into integration and opportunity in our most isolated and deprived communities. This report sets out the findings of that review.

Department of Health

Social Policy reports 5-12 December 2016

Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2016 - Joseph Rowntree and New Policy Institute

State of Childrens Rights in England- Childrens Rights Alliance  

Gaps in Grammar- Sutton Trust - disadvantaged children less liely to attend grammar school 

Discrimination on AirBNB - Social Market Foundation Airbnb was founded in 2008 and is now a major actor in the accommodation industry. However, the company has faced increasing criticism about the existence of ethnic discrimination on its platform, both on the host and guest sides

Economics reports 5-12 December 2016

National Minimum Wage: Low Pay Commission autumn 2016 report