The “Social Care 360” is a report that focuses on indicators to assess the impact of social care in the UK.
With the regulations and guidance on both occupational and personal pension due for an update in 2022, the government is seeking public feedback from specific groups on their currents drafts.
To help the public make the right choice in getting vaccinated, the Government has released a research briefing that acts as a Frequently Asked Questions regarding the vaccinations, covering how appointments can be made alongside who should be actively seeking appointments.
Focusing on the impact of poor Oral Health (a.k.a the Mouth), the briefing looks into the more prevalent issues and sets out which areas need to be focused on.
As time progresses, Mental Health becomes better understood and government policies and regulations need to reflect these new insights.
Focusing on changes that have occurred since Boris Johnson took up the role of Prime Minister in July of 2019, this short briefing attaches dates to each significant review and bill on the issue.
Following the EU Withdrawal Agreement, EEA Citizens that are working, or will be working, as Frontier Workers in the UK will need frontier worker permits.
Whilst the number of affordable houses has been increasing year on year, the average house is becoming less affordable at the same time.
With the rapid increase in Universal Credit claimants, the NHF launched a survey of housing associations to look into the effect that Covid-19 has caused for renters, especially those on Universal Credit.
here have been several updates in the past month, primarily regarding changes to face-to-face meetings and interviews following the loosening of Covid-19 restrictions.