Monday, February 14, 2011

Government publications 14th February-18th February 2011

Council Tax Increases in 2011-12: Capping principles- This is a letter from Local Government and Planning Minister Bob Neill to the leaders of local authorities. it sets out the government’s expectations of council tax increases in 2011-12 and the capping principles that will be in force.

The Munro Review of Child Protection: Interim report - The child's journey Department for Education.

Local Housing Allowance: Evaluation - Department for Work and Pensions

Government Olympic Executive London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Annual Report: February 2011

Cabinet Office: Growing the social investment market - A vision and strategy
21st report - The youth justice system in England and Wales: Reducing offending by young people Public Accounts Committee HC721.

NHS is failing to meet even the most basic standards of care for older people Health Service Ombudsman

Vetting and Barring Scheme Remodelling Review: Report and recommendations- Care Quality Commission; Department for Education; Department of Health; Home Office

Ofsted: List of schools which have converted to Academy status under the Academies Act 2010


DfE: Participation in education, training and employment by 16 to 18 year-olds in England - Updated

Big Society: Speech by David Cameron

Department of Health: Enabling excellence - Autonomy and accountability for health and social care staff - Command paper 8008

Gambling Commission: British gambling prevalence survey 2010

Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games: Progress report February 2011 HC: 756,

Independent Chief Inspector of the UK Border Agency, thematic report on Tier 2 of the points-based system (PBS). of immigration.

House Building: December quarter 2010
- England

1st Report - Regulation of Television Advertising
HL Paper 99


Delivering regulatory reformHC: 758 National Audit office

Information and Communications Technology in government. Landscape Review
HC: 757 National Audit Office

Cabinet Office: The cost of cybercrime- This publication looks at the overall cost to the UK economy of cybercrime.

Local Authority Basic Carbon Tool- This tool aims to assist local authorities to assess the potential effects of transport interventions on carbon emissions in their area

Third Report - Government Assistance to Industry- Business, Innovation and Skills Committee - publications HC 561

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