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Reports and Statistics: Thursday 11 July 2019

The House of Commons Treasury Committee has published the Government's response to its report on consumer access to financial services

Frank Field MP and Heidi Allen MP have published an interim report on destitution in Britain

The Children's Commissioner publishes the third annual vulnerability report 

Gemma White QC publishes her independent report into the nature and extent of bullying and harassment in Parliament (10:00am) 

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority publishes its annual report 

The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner publishes its annual report 

The Pensions Policy Institute has published a report on understanding the gender pensions gap

The Bank of England publishes i. its biannual report on financial stability and near-term prospects and ii. its Systemic Risk Survey (10:30am) 

The Resolution Foundation has published a report on regional economic performance 

The Higher Education Policy Institute has published a report on paying university governors

NSPCC and the National Education Union publish the results of a survey on teacher's confidence in teaching the Government's new sex education lessons

The Food Research Collaboration has published a briefing on post-Brexit farming 

UCAS has published analysis on full-time undergraduate applications 

NatCen has published its survey on British social attitudes

Barnardos publishes the results of a survey on money spent on summer outfits 

Cranfield University School of Management has published their annual report on the representation of women on FTSE 350 boards 

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons has published insepction reports on i) HMP Manchester and ii) HMP Berwyn

The Ministry of Defence publishes statistics on UK service personnel medical discharges: financial year 2018/19

The Ministry of Justice publishes statistics on i. Justice Data Lab, July 2019 and ii. Judicial Diversity Statistics, 2018 to 2019

The Department for Work and Pensions publishes statistics on Use of Discretionary Housing Payments: financial year 2018 to 2019

The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs publishes statistics on i. Butterflies in the wider countryside, England, ii. Butterflies in the wider countryside, UK and iii. Cattle, sheep and pig slaughter statistics: June 2019

The Department for Education publishes statistics on i. Apprenticeships and Traineeships Release: July 2019, ii. National pupil projections: trends in pupil numbers - July 2019

The Department for Transport publishes statistics on Road freight statistics: 2018

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy publishes statistics on Renewables obligation: certificates and generation, March 2019

HM Revenue & Customs is expected to publish statistics on i. Earnings and Employment Statistics from Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Real Time Information (Experimental Statistics): April 2014 to March 2019 and ii. HMRC Scottish Income Tax: Experimental Statistics

The Insolvency Service publishes statistics on Insolvency Service Enforcement Outcomes monthly data tables 2019/20

NHS Digital is expected to publish statistics on i. Community Services Statistics for Children, Young People and Adults March 2019, ii. Patients Registered at a GP Practice July 2019, iii. NICE Technology Appraisals in the NHS in England (Innovation Scorecard) to December 2018, iv. Recorded Dementia Diagnoses June 2019 and v. Psychological Therapies: reports on the use of IAPT services, England April 2019 final including reports on the IAPT pilots

Public Health England publishes statistics on i. Mandatory MRSA, MSSA and Gram-negative bacteraemia and C. difficile infection: financial year April 2018 to March 2019, ii. National norovirus and rotavirus report for June 2019

NHS England is expected to publish statistics on Diagnostics waiting times and activity for May 2019

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