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Cabinet Office Homepage

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The Cabinet Office is at the centre of government, making government work better. This website brings together information from units in the Department.

New Opportunities

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The Prime Minister has launched plans for building fair chances for everyone to succeed in the new economy.  The New Opportunities White Paper sets out the Government’s agenda for capturing the jobs of the future and investing in families, communities and citizens throughout their lives to help them get on and ahead.

New Year Honours List 2009

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The 2009 New Year Honours List is published today, recognising outstanding achievement and service across the whole of the community. Honours range from a knighthood for Olympic cycling hero Chris Hoy to an MBE for 87-year-old local hero Dorothy Hatton, who has spent more than six decades helping with the work of the Royal British Legion in Leicester.

The rise and fall in oil prices: analysis of fundamental and financial drivers

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The paper "The rise and fall in oil prices: analysis of fundamental and financial drivers" was produced by the Cabinet Office, working with DECC and HM Treasury. The paper seeks to shed light on the role of current market conditions, expectations of future conditions, and financial flows into futures markets in explaining oil price trends during this decade, especially the rise and subsequent fall in oil prices since late-2007.

Family life in Britain for the 21st century

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The Government has published a full and comprehensive analysis of family life in Britain in the 21st century. ‘Families in Britain: an evidence paper’, a joint report with DCSF, looks at how and why families have changed in recent decades and the implications those changes for children, adults and society. It also sets out a number of family policy principles.

Aspirations and attainment in deprived communities

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‘Aspirations and attainment in deprived communities’ is a joint project between the Social Exclusion Task Force, DCSF and CLG.  ‘Aspirations and attainment in deprived communities’ is a joint project between the Social Exclusion Task Force, DCSF and CLG.  It explores the potential to raise the attainment of young people in deprived communities, by raising aspirations and changing attitudes within these communities.