Manufacturing: Data on manufacturing jobs, output and producer confidence.
This Commons Library briefing paper considers the Government's proposals to reform the whiplash claims process and to increase the small claims track limit for personal injury claims
Latest statistics on UK's trade performance and balance of payments.
This Paper looks at a broad range of financial service and financial institution's issues.
This Commons Library briefing paper deals with the Government's proposals to reduce the number and costs of whiplash claims
This House of Lords Library Briefing has been prepared in advance of the debate due to take place in the House of Lords on the motion moved by Lord Bassam of Brighton that “this House takes note of the impact of the Government’s ‘hostile environment’ approach towards illegal immigration on those with residency and employment rights”. The Briefing summarises the background to the policy, measures introduced in connection to it, commentary on the impact of the policy, and recent developments, including those relating to the ‘Windrush generation’.
A Westminster Hall debate will take place on 12 June 2018 on the Elimination of hepatitis C. David Amess MP will lead the debate.
Westminster Hall debate on a review of the business rates system on Wednesday 13 June at 9.30am.
This briefing marks World Day Against Child Labour, which take place every year on 12 June, to focus attention on the global extent of child labour, and the action and efforts needed to eliminate it. It sets out the background to 2018 campaign, the International Labour organisation’s definition of child labour and statistics on the global prevalence of child labour. It also discusses the UK’s response to child labour and touches upon the UK’s domestic law and rules on employment undertaken by children.
A Westminster Hall debate on the ‘Economic effects of vaccinations in developing countries’ has been scheduled for Wednesday 13 June 2018 from 2.30pm to 4.00pm. The debate has been initiated by Stephen Crabb MP.