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  • The Government response to the Independent Commission on Banking [Cm 8252]

    The Government response to the Independent Commission on Banking [Cm 8252]

    URN: 11/1458

    Publication date: 19 Dec 2011

    Command Paper 8252. Government response to the report by the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) which recommends fundamental reform the structure of banking in the UK. This response agrees with the ICB’s recommendations and outlines how the Government will legislate to create a stable banking sector. It aims to support lending to businesses and families, and removing the implicit taxpayer guarantee in the event of a bank failure. Seeks views by 12 March 2012 (respond to HM Treasury). Printed copies are available to purchase from the Stationery Office, priced £20.50 (ISBN: 9780101825221).

  • Building engagement, building futures: our strategy to maximise the participation of 16-24 year olds in education, training and work

    Building engagement, building futures: our strategy to maximise the participation of 16-24 year olds in education, training and work

    URN: 11/1452

    Publication date: 15 Dec 2011

    Sets out the Government’s strategy to improve the opportunities for young people, so they can succeed in education and training and gain the skills they need to secure an apprenticeship or employment. It includes radical reforms to schools, vocational education, skills and welfare provision.

  • The Portas review: an independent review into the future of our high streets

    The Portas review: an independent review into the future of our high streets

    URN: 11/1434

    Publication date: 13 Dec 2011

    Report from the independent review of high streets and town centres by Mary Portas. Sets out Mary Portas' view on what has led to the decline of our high streets. Describes her vision for the future to breathe economic and community life back into our high streets and town centres. Makes recommendations on how to deliver that vision by getting town centres to run like businesses and getting the basics right to allow businesses to flourish.

  • Location of the Green Investment Bank: self assessment process

    Location of the Green Investment Bank: self assessment process

    URN: 11/1431

    Publication date: 12 Dec 2011

    Explains how the Government will decide on the location for the Green Investment Bank (GIB). Sets out in the criteria that the Government will consider for a decision on where to locate the GIB. The key underlying consideration will be the operational effectiveness of the GIB.