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How does #GDP in the UK compare with other major economies? http://t.co/0pFLTz7nYO
How Government reforms are reshaping the higher education sector: http://t.co/4q72wJrpUs @HEFCE @timeshighered
Shale gas - where is it and how much is there? http://t.co/wzTsmqsmGP #shalegas #energy
Which Prime Minister has the highest attendance at #PMQs since 1979? http://t.co/YfD8kmGPSM
Ending the Hamilton Affair? Reforming parliamentary privilege http://t.co/LkHcLBTT67
Thanks @DArcyTiP, we agree "look at the library research briefs that department publishes; they are impeccable" http://t.co/t9ziTjWJUq
Voting begins in the EU Parliament elections. Find out all you need to know in our useful summary http://t.co/Zo8M2nRCYu #EP2014
Academia informing Parliament http://t.co/IMBndkEDOz @UKParlOutreach @LancsUniLEC
What happened to the A&E ‘winter crisis’? #NHS http://t.co/I4e355mLrJ
@robroballen thanks for pointing that out. Has now been fixed.
#Privatisation of the probation service: what’s happened so far? http://t.co/ttyCkb20n8
@TUCnews New report on social mobility in the UK http://t.co/y9l0185Jhg
Vote or Abstain? Part 2 – Engaging the European Electorate #EP2014 http://t.co/8hUC5CtxBf
What is the new mandatory condition for the sale of #alcohol in England and Wales? http://t.co/fuJIYDhlvg
Vote or Abstain? Part 1: What's behind falling Euro turnout? #EP2014 http://t.co/ajhDdwrEkZ