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The dual funding structure for research in the UK: Research Council and Funding Council allocation methods and the pathways to impact of UK academics
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The dual funding structure for research in the UK: Research Council and Funding Council allocation methods and the pathways to impact of UK academics

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Hughes, Alan; Kitson, Michael; Bullock, Anna; Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skil; BIS, 29-06-2017

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Investigating the benefits of English and maths provision for adult learners: part 1 quantitative assessment
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Investigating the benefits of English and maths provision for adult learners: part 1 quantitative assessment

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Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills; BIS, 29-06-2017

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National Careers Service satisfaction and progression surveys: annual report (April 2013-March 2014 fieldwork)
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National Careers Service satisfaction and progression surveys: annual report (April 2013-March 2014 fieldwork)

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Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills; BIS, 29-06-2017

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Growthaccelerator: commentary on the findings from the year 1 monitoring surveys
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Growthaccelerator: commentary on the findings from the year 1 monitoring surveys

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Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills; BIS, 29-06-2017

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How poverty affects people's decision-making processes: summary
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How poverty affects people's decision-making processes: summary

FEBRUARY 2017The research By Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington and Jessica Rea, London School of Economics and Political Science.HOW POVERTY AFFECTS PEOPLE222S DECISION-MAKING PROCESSESDecisions

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Legal advice as student community action: the case of the University of Bristol Law Clinic
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Legal advice as student community action: the case of the University of Bristol Law Clinic

Article discussing the experience of the University of Bristol’s Law Clinic, which deploys student volunteers to provide legal advice and assistance to people who are unable to obtain them from any other source.

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The economic and social benefits associated with further education and skills: learning for those not in employment
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The economic and social benefits associated with further education and skills: learning for those not in employment

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BIS, 29-06-2017

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The report of the Gender Equity Project: what the "gender duty" provision of the Equality Act 2006 will mean for the health of men
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The report of the Gender Equity Project: what the "gender duty" provision of the Equality Act 2006 will mean for the health of men

Report on the state of knowledge in primary care trusts regarding gender issues and the likely impact of the Equality Act 2006

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Duty to care: in defence of universal health care
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Duty to care: in defence of universal health care

Policy paper looking at the history of the NHS, recent policy changes, and arguing for universal coverage in health care

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Anthony Trollope - author of
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Anthony Trollope - author of

Anthony Throllope, most famous for the Chronicles of Barsetshire, was a successful and prolific Victorian novelist. Find out more about his life and works at the British Library.

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