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09 June 2015The State Pension age is rising. This note looks at the legislation introduced to increase it and the approach taken by the different political parties

09 June 2015The endowment mortgage mis-selling scandal was the first and largest financial scandal of this century. It shaped both the new regualtor and the then new office of Financial Ombudsman.

09 June 2015Mobile 'not-spots' and 'partial not-spots' - areas where there is currently no mobile coverage and areas which have coverage from some but not all of the 4 mobile networks - currently affect large parts of the UK. This note summarises Government and industry proposals to extend mobile coverage across the UK.

09 June 2015This paper provides information about the Bill and background to it. The Bill would extend to England and Wales. It is due to have its second reading in the House of Lords on 10 June 2015

08 June 2015This briefing provides a downloadable tool which allows the user to make a graphical comparison of unsuspended custodial sentences for like crimes across the EU. Two countries may be selected for comparison of nine different offence types, with graphs showing the percentage of custodial sanctions awarded by sentence length.

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