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#Fracking in the #QueensSpeech http://t.co/lHeOGJZL2U
Economic aspects of Scottish independence: public spending and revenue http://t.co/hRCGFJ2L4E #Indyref
Storm in a teacup? Why we shouldn’t get blown away by ‘record-breaking’ weather @metoffice http://t.co/26NEuaIgsT
@IPPR Report on jobs, skills and the importance of vocational education http://t.co/yWbxxM7FNM
What is flexible working and who can apply for it? http://t.co/z4X1HyuyLM
What is the average house price in the UK? http://t.co/vrB4oonwV7 #houseprices
How much UK legislation comes from Europe? http://t.co/TPD30CC7LN @FullFact
What topics or bills could be in the #QueensSpeech this week? http://t.co/3xpXD7Om6n
@savechildrenuk New report on tackling child poverty in the UK http://t.co/AgFgUcVT1L
What provisions are there to regulate #estateagents in England and Wales? http://t.co/L2qGsIyKRc
@SpeyeJoe Sections 2.8 and 2.9 of the note refer to research in which the Government estimates have been challenged.
@SpeyeJoe The figures contained in the front page summary are Government estimates of the savings arising from the measure.
@MigrationPolicy Report on Labour market integration of recent immigrants to the UK http://t.co/JI4bpzXzd6
What has been the impact of the under-occupation deduction from Housing Benefit? http://t.co/wbnM98xJYv
@PRTuk Prison: the facts in England and Wales http://t.co/91twoJZ8rY