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07 July 2015The European Union Referendum Bill 2015-16 received its first reading on 9 June 2015 and progressed through Committee stage in the House of Commons on 16 and 18 June 2015. This note summarises the debates.
07 July 2015A note examining the recent trends in the number of sitting days and hours of the House of Commons including late sittings after 10pm.
07 July 2015Student loans are the main method of direct government support for higher education students. More than 10 billion is loaned to students each year, this is expected to grow rapidly and reach around 330 billion (2014-15 prices) by the middle of this century. The expansion of loans has raised questions about graduate repayments and ultimately the cost of the system to the taxpayer
07 July 2015US-led air strikes against ISIS continue in Iraq and Syria, alongside a training programme to build the capacity of Iraqi security forces. What part does the UK play and is this enough?
07 July 2015Analysis of the latest UK and international economic indicators
06 July 2015A briefing on the background, negotiation process and controversial points of the proposed EU-US free trade agreement, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
06 July 2015This paper explains the compensation rights of airline passengers in the event of denied boarding, delay and cancellation; lost and damaged baggage; and death or bodily injury.
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