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06 July 2015Information on the Pupil Premium, Free School Meals, and other initiatives to raise educational attainment for disadvantaged children.
06 July 2015Since 2008, Governments and the energy regulator Ofgem have sought to reduce the barriers to effective competitiveness in the gas and electricity markets, particularly for supplies to domestic consumers. The various interventions have culminated in the reference by Ofgem to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to conduct an Energy Market Investigation in June 2014.
06 July 2015This briefing provides an overview of changes to the health and care professional regulator fees.
06 July 2015This note gives an introduction to National Insurance system: the base and rate structure of National Insurance contributions (NICs), the operation of the National Insurance Fund, and the connection between a persons contributions into the Fund with their entitlement to receive benefits paid out of the Fund the contributory principle. It goes on to look at the debate there has been about integrating NICs with income tax.
03 July 2015One third of public sector spending is on procurement of goods and services. This briefing looks at the rules for public procurement, at government priorities and at how well public contracts are being managed and delivered.
03 July 2015This briefing paper provides an overview of a range of statutory employment rights.
03 July 2015NHS staff: Social Indicators page. By Rachael Harker. SN/SG/2642.
03 July 2015This note sets out the background to the July 2015 Budget, the first Budget of the current Parliament.
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