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Reports and Statistics: Wednesday 15 November 2017

The National Audit Office has published a report on cross-government funding of research and development

The British Youth Council publishes a report on body image in young people (5:30pm) 

The Fabian Society and the Community Union publish a joint report on the decline in trade union membership (9:00am) 

The Royal College of Nursing has published the results of a survey on nursing staff pay

Migration Watch has published a paper on the impact of immigration on housing demand in the UK

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board has published a report on the impact of Brexit on farming in Scotland

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has opened a consultation on perioperative care

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons has published an inspection report on Yarl's Wood immigration centre 

The Department for Work and Pensions publishes statistics on the quarterly benefits summary for November 2017, universal credit from 29 April 2013 to 12 October 2017 and benefits sanctions

The Department for Communities and Local Government publishes statistics on the local authority council tax base

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs publishes statistics on TB in cattle in Great Britain up to August 2017

The Office for National Statistics publishes statistics on the UK labour market for November 2017, regional labour market statistics in the UK for November 2017 and the UK productivity flash estimate for July to September 2017

NHS Digital publishes statistics on the Safeguarding Adults annual report for England between 2016 and 2017

NHS England publishes statistics on the overall patient experience score for the 2017 Community Mental Health Survey update

The National Records of Scotland publishes statistics on weekly and monthly data on births and deaths registered in Scotland in October 2017

The Welsh Government publishes statistics on cancer waiting times from July to September 2017 and sickness absence in the NHS from April to June 2017

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