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02 June 2015The Commons Library's briefing note on the Scotland Bill 2015-16.
02 June 2015This paper discusses the proposals made by the Smith Commission - in its report published in November 2014 - for further devolution of power to the Scottish Government, in relation to taxation, funding and borrowing, and the Governments plans for their implementation.
02 June 2015Analysis of the latest key UK and international economic indicators.
02 June 2015It is Government policy to encourage more house building within the planning system. This note sets out how local authorities are directed to plan for housing, concern about unplanned developments, as well as the new Government's proposals for reform.
02 June 2015Inflation: International: Harmonised Index of Comsumer Prices data on international inflation rates.
01 June 2015Private Members' bills gaining Royal Assent since 1983-84
01 June 2015Components of GDP: data on the components that make up GDP, including household consumption, government spending, investment, net trade and output by sector.
01 June 2015This note gives an overview of those transport areas that are reserved to the UK Parliament; those which are devolved to Scotland and proposals in the Smith Commission and the subsequent Scotland Bill to devolve further powers.
01 June 2015Development Consent Orders for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects are granted by the Secretary of State as an alternative to needing planning permission from a local authority. The Government has proposed some changes to this regime, including removing onshore wind farms of over 50MW in size from this process. This note provides further information.
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