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19 June 2015How much is spent on research and development in the UK? How is this spending broken down by region, industry and government department? In answering these and related questions, this note presents and examines a wide range of data relating to R&D in the UK.
19 June 2015The creation of free schools was one of the major education reforms introduced by the current Government. The first 23 free schools opened in September 2011 and this had increased to 254 at the start of summer term 2014/15. More than 100 new free schools have had their applications successfully approved and are expected to open in the future.
18 June 2015Looks at why some survivors of public service pension scheme members lose their survivors pensions if they remarry or cohabit
18 June 2015As the Syrian crisis gets ever deeper and worries grow about the many Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries, there is pressure for the UK to accept more Syrian refugees. 187 people have been resettled in the UK under the 'Syrian vulnerable persons relocation scheme' (as at March 2015), and over 4,000 Syrians have been granted asylum in the UK.
18 June 2015A review of the new laws passed, reports about and issues surrounding, banks over the recent years.
18 June 2015Between 1978 and 1997, contracted-out defined benefit pension schemes were required to provide a Guaranteed Minimum Pension (GMP). This note looks at t arrangements for inflation-linking GMP rights.
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