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19 May 2015This note outlines the rules under which leadership elections are conducted by the Liberal Democrats and provides details of previous leadership contests.
19 May 2015This note outlines the rules under which leadership elections are conducted by the Labour Party and gives details of previous leadership contests.
19 May 2015This note provides information on levels of public spending per head in the countries and regions of the UK.
19 May 2015In England the planning process for onshore wind developments varies according to size. This note sets out planning policy for onshore wind development, controls in place, rules on separation distances, possible community benefits and new Government proposals for change.
19 May 2015Housing market: Data on house prices, mortgage approvals and house-building.
19 May 2015This book examines the key issues facing the House of Commons over the course of the 2015 Parliament - from the public finances to the UKs membership of the EU and from school places for children to climate change.
19 May 2015Business and Consumer Confidence: Information on business and consumer confidence surveys, which is generally released ahead of official statistical data and can indicate changes to the economic outlook as well as turning points in the economic cycle.
19 May 2015Inflation: Data on both the CPI and RPI inflation indices.
18 May 2015Productivity in the UK, with breakdowns of statistics by sector, region of the UK. The briefing provides analysis of why productivity is important to growth, the public finances and living standards, and investigates whether the stagnation in productivity is temporary or permanent. International comparisons are also included.
18 May 2015This briefing paper analyses the results of the 2015 General Election. It provides information on results by country, region and party, as well as the full result and turnout for every UK constituency. The data used in this paper was provided by Returning Officers in the days following the 2015 General Election. They are provisional and may be revised.
18 May 2015The conflict in Yemen is causing massive suffering to Yemenis. It is part of a wider conflict and may take some time to resolve.
18 May 2015The system of Parliamentary Questions in the House of Commons. Background material, developments and issues studied over the last ten years.
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