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Independent sector providers took on more NHS-funded work as use of privately funded health care faltered
We examine trends in the public and private funding of health care across the UK.
New research published today provides fresh evidence on the extent to which their month of birth continues to affect individuals throughout their lives.
Since April 2010 the age at which women can first receive a state pension has been rising from 60 and is due to rise to 66 by 2020. So far this change has had a strong effect in increasing employment among those women directly affected by the reform.
Borrowing to take the strain until the election. More pain on spending, jobs and, recent history suggests, tax after the election
The IFS Green Budget, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, is published today.
The short run fiscal situation facing an independent Scotland would not look very dissimilar to that facing the UK as a whole, assuming that it would take a “geographical share” of North Sea oil and gas revenues.
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