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28 May 2015This note gives an overview of EEA migrants' eligibility to apply for social housing in England and considers the question of whether these people have preferential access to social housing and can 'jump the housing queue.'

28 May 2015This standard note gives some basic numbers concerning the government's net expenditure on banks rescued during the financial crisis of 2008-9 and the debts owed to it by other organisations.

28 May 2015How many people are referred for cognitive behavioural therapy and other talking therapies for mental health problems? How long are waiting times for treatment after referral? This note gives data for the NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme for local CCGs.

28 May 2015This briefing paper analyses and summarises the results of the local and mayoral elections held on 7 May 2015. It provides information on results by council, region and party, as well as the full result for each council which held an election.

28 May 2015This note presents data on the value and relative contribution of major industries to the UK economy

28 May 2015This note gives a brief summary of the rights in relation to Freedom of Information and includes information about how to make a request, the role of the Information Commissioner and how the Act applies to Parliament.

28 May 2015Businesses since 2000, small businesses, business by region, businesses by industry, business births and deaths and information on female representation in business. It also features some discussion of the sources of business statistics and their coverage.

27 May 2015This note provides information about where to seek legal help and advice

27 May 2015A draft Communications Data Bill was introduced and scrutinised by Parliament in 2012-13. The draft Bill, referred to by critics as a snoopers charter, was not taken forward, following opposition from the Liberal Democrats. The Queen's Speech in 2015 promised an Investigatory Powers Bill, which is expected to replicate features of the earlier draft Bill.

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