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11 June 2015This briefing outlines the provisions for prescription, dental and other NHS charges under NHS legislation.

11 June 2015Fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) are electronic machines, sited in betting shops, which contain a variety of games, including roulette. Each machine accepts bets for amounts up to a pre-set maximum and pays out according to fixed odds on the simulated outcomes of games. The maximum stake on a single bet is 100, the maximum prize is 500. Critics of the machines claim that they have a causal role in problem gambling.

11 June 2015Money Laundering Regulations. By Tim Edmonds. SN/BT/2592.

10 June 2015What's next for Turkey? The AKP has lost power after 13 years in government, following a surge in support for the Kurdish HDP. Coalition negotiations may be underway, but fresh elections loom, and the uncertainty is likely to damage Turkey.

10 June 2015Households produce the largest amounts of food waste in the UK. The scale of the problem has been set in recent Parliamentary reports and debates. This note describes further the scale and implications of food waste, and sets out industry and other responses to tackle it.

10 June 2015A new round of bank branch closures has been announced by several banks. This Note sets out the industry's response.

10 June 2015Asylum seekers can only apply for permission to work if they have waited for over 12 months for an initial decision on their asylum claim, or they have been refused asylum but have not received a response to further submissions submitted over 12 months ago; and they are not considered responsible for the delay in decision-making. Permission to work only allows them to do jobs on the UK's shortage occupation list. Successive governments have rejected calls to extend asylum seekers' rights to work, citing concerns that this would encourage unfounded asylum claims.

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