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Welfare reform plans unveiled

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A new Universal Credit will replace the current patchwork of benefits and credits, under plans contained in the Welfare Reform Bill

National Citizen Service

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National Citizen Service will give 11,000 16-year-olds the chance to learn new skills and get involved in their community in summer 2011

Blue Badge abuse: new anti-fraud measures

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New measures to crack down on drivers who abuse the disabled parking system come into force this year, such as the introduction of electronic badges

Olympic tickets - prices and competition schedule

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Prices of the 8.8 million tickets for the 2012 Olympic Games in London have now been announced. The sporting schedule has also been published

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