Monday, 27 March 2017

Brexit reports 26-31st March 2017

 Prime Ministers Letter to Donald Trump Triggering Brexit

Statement by the European Council on the EU notification.

Great Repeal Bill- Legislating for the Uk's withdrawal form the European Union

SNP reaction.
UKIP reaction
Libdem - Nick Clegg's  Brexit challenge
Labour Party reaction.
TUC reaction
Institute of Directors reaction
Brexit the priorities for European Countries- CBI map of priorities for different European countries.
NUS -article 50 what students can do 
Federation of Small Businesses 
Universities UK 

Dods Summary: Legislating for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU

UK Trade with the EU: a new trading order for the manufacturing industry- EEF 

Nothing to declare A plan for UK-EU trade outside the Customs Union Open Europe.

Great Repeal Bill- addressing unaccountable power- Global Justice Now.

Demos regional impact of Brexit report 

The implications of Brexit for the Crown Dependencies   Justice Committee

Deemed leave: A concrete plan to secure EU residents’ rights post-Brexit IPPR

Government reports 26-31st March 2017

Childhood obesity: Public Health committee

UK aid: allocation of resources International Development Committee

Child maintenance: closing cases and managing arrears on the 1993 and 2003 schemes National Audit Office

Employment opportunities for young people - Work and Pensions Committee

Financial sustainability of schools Public Accounts Committee

Planning for 100% local retention of business rates National Audit Office

Digital Transformation in Government- National Audit Office

Adult social care Communities and Local Government Committee

Apprenticeships - Education, Skills and the Economy sub-committee

Vulnerable consumers in regulated industries National Audit Office

Monday, 20 March 2017

Economic reports 20-27th March 2017

CBI now is the time to innovate report

CIPD - To gig or not to Gig?: stories from the modern economy 

The short- and long-run impact of the national funding formula for schools in England IFS

Implications of the National Funding formula for schools - Education Policy Institute

Auto-protection- auto-drawn down at 55, Auto-Annuitisation at 80 - Centre for Policy Studies

It’s Quite OK to Walk Away A review of the UK’s Brexit options with the help of seven international databases Civitas 

Consumer spending prospects and the impact of automation on jobs PWC Economic Outlook

Social policy reports 20-27th March 2017

The Progressive Alliance why labour needs
 it-  Compass By Jeremy Corbyn

Paying for it: the human cost of cut-price care Local Government Association

The homelessness monitor:England 2017-  Crisis

Brexit reports 20-27th March 2017

Minority Report: Race and Class in post-Brexit Britain Runymede Trust

1 in 3 BAME people have witnessed or experienced racist abuse since Brexit vote, finds TUC poll

The Great Repeal Bill and the wider legislative challenge Institute for Government.

European Union Committee Brexit: trade in goods House of Lords European Select Committee

European Union CommitteeBrexit: justice for families, individuals and businesses? Lords Select Committee

Keep Trade easy - what small firms want from Brexit- Federation of Small Businesses

Implications of Brexit for the justice system- Justice Committee

Lords European Union Committee- Brexit: trade in non-financial services 

The Making of an industrial strategy Taking back control locally-  Localis

Lords  European Union Committee Brexit: the Crown Dependencies

IEA report- Brexit provides real opportunity to bring down electricity bills for low-income households

Capability in the civil service - Public Audit Office report. (covers Brexit issues)