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School funding reform in England from 2018-19: Implementation of the national funding formula

CBP-8106

Published 11/10/2017

This briefing paper looks at the implementation of the Government's reforms to school funding from 2018, including the introduction of a new National Funding Formula (NFF) for schools. The plans were confirmed in September 2017, with some important modifications.

Manufacturing: Key Economic Indicators

SN05206

Published 11/10/2017

Manufacturing: Data on manufacturing jobs, output and producer confidence.

A guide to the EU budget

SN06455

Published 11/10/2017

This note considers the EU's spending and how it is financed.

The Pensions Regulator: Powers to protect pension benefits

SN04368

Published 10/10/2017

Looks at the Pensions Regulator's powers to protect pension scheme benefits.

Financial provision when a relationship ends

SN05655

Published 10/10/2017

This Commons Library briefing paper deals with the law in England and Wales and relates to the division of a couple’s property and income when their marriage or civil partnership breaks down.

Migration Statistics

SN06077

Published 10/10/2017

This Commons Library briefing paper is a guide to understanding UK migration statistics, explaining the concepts and methods used in measuring migration and setting out a range of data on migration in the UK and in European Union countries.

The retail industry: statistics and policy

SN06186

Published 10/10/2017

Key data on the retail sector in the UK. Government policy and pressures facing the industry are also discussed.

Exiting the European Union and data protection

CDP-2017-0170

Published 10/10/2017

A general debate on exiting the European Union and data protection is scheduled for Thursday 12 October 2017.

Government Policy on Proceedings of the House of Commons

CDP-2017-0177

Published 10/10/2017

On Monday 9 October 2017, Alistair Carmichael made a successful application for an emergency debate (under Standing Order No 24) on Government Policy on Proceedings of the House of Commons. The debate will be the first item of public business on 10 October (today) and may last for up to three hours.

Unauthorised encampments

CDP-2017-0176

Published 10/10/2017

A Westminster Hall debate on Unauthorised encampments is scheduled for Thursday 12 October 2017 at 1.30pm. The Member leading the debate is Wendy Morton MP.