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Women and the economy - House of Commons Library
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This paper provides statistics and analysis on women’s participation in the labour market and in business across the UK. It tracks trends by employment type, industry, occupation, region and country, ethnic group and disability status, as well as the gender pay gap and women leading businesses. Documents to download
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Email: hcenquiries@ parliament.uk Text relay: Dial 18001 followed by our full number Our telephone enquiry service is open from 10am - 12 midday and 2pm - 4pm, Monday to Friday. Publications The House of Commons Enquiry Service produces a series of free guides which you can read online, download or order copies.
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Women and the economy
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Number SN06838, 18 November 2015 2 . Contents Summary 3 1. Trends in female employment 4 1.1 Full-time and part-time work 4 1.2 Self-employment 5 1.3 Employment by occupation 5 1.4 Unemployment and economic inactivity 6 1.5 Regional differences 7 1.6 International comparisons 7 2. Earnings and the gender pay gap 9
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International Women's Day
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• Women and the economy, Commons Briefing papers SN06838, 4 March 2020 • Women in Parliament and Government, 25 February 2020 • Women: Facilities in Public Buildings, Lords Library notes LLN-2020-0056, 11 February 2020 • Increases in the State Pension age for women born in the 1950s, ...
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UK Parliament House of Commons Library An impartial research and information service for MPs and their staff Latest research Explore the latest publications from the Commons Library Performance of South West Water A Westminster Hall debate has been scheduled for 9.30am on Wednesday 8 February on the performance of South West Water.
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House of Lords Library Authoritative and impartial research to support the work of the House of Lords and its Members. Find briefings and blog posts for legislation and debates in the House of Lords. We also publish research on topical issues. POST
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UK Parliament and Government There are currently 225 female MPs in the House of Commons. At 35%, this is an all-time high. The proportion of women grew slowly until a jump in 1997, as shown in the chart below. Since 1918, 559 women have been elected to the House of Commons; 55% were first elected as Labour MPs and 31% as Conservatives.
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Research Briefings Publications - House of Commons Library
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Prisoners’ voting rights. Friday, 20 January, 2023. This House of Commons Briefing Paper analyses the debate over the voting rights of prisoners since May 2015, it also includes a concise summary of the main developments before May 2015. Research Briefing. Elections.
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Who can stand as an MP? - UK Parliament
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Who is disqualified from standing as an MP? Certain groups of people are not allowed to stand, these include: members of the police forces. members of the armed forces. civil servants and judges. people who are subject of a bankruptcy restrictions order in England or Wales or a debt relief restrictions order.
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In December 2021, the Boris Johnson government published its strategy for reforming adult social care, ‘ People at the heart of care: Adult social care reform ’. In the strategy, the government set out its 10-year vision for adult social care. This included providing information on proposals that it said it would implement in the next three years.
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ONS (2016, - Committees - UK Parliament
Written evidence from Dr Camille Cronin, University of Essex [MEW0056] I am a nurse, education and researcher and work in a Higher Education Institution.
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We have one simple ask: act now to end poverty for carers, paid and unpaid. Recommendations Governments across Britain should: 8. Support carers by providing proper investment into the social care system. 9. Ensure all social care and childcare workers are paid at least the real Living Wage, and have work that is both flexible and secure. 10.
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. The Schedule— (a) amends Part 5 and other provisions of the 1992 Act to restrict the protection that Act provides to trade unions and employees in respect of strikes where provision has been made in regulations for minimum levels of service, and (b) makes related provision. Interpretation and final provisions 2 Meaning of “the 1992 Act”
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The Royal Prerogative - House of Commons Library
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The Royal Prerogative is one of the most significant elements of the UK’s constitution. The concept of prerogative powers stems from the medieval King acting as head of the kingdom, but it is by no means a medieval device. The prerogative enables Ministers, among many other things, to deploy the armed forces, make and unmake international ...
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. Bill starting in the House of Commons First reading (Commons) First reading (Commons) Formal introduction – no debate on the Bill First reading is the first stage of a Bill's passage through the House of Commons - usually a formality, it takes place without debate.
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. Email: hcenquiries@parliament.uk Text relay: Dial 18001 followed by our full number Our telephone enquiry service is open from 10am - 12 midday and 2pm - 4pm, Monday to Friday. Publications The House of Commons Enquiry Service produces a series of free guides which you can read online, download or order copies.
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Personal information The names of members of the Ho use of Lords constitute third-party personal data within the provisions of the UK General Data Protection Regulation (“the UK GDPR”), as supplemented by the Data Protection Act 2018 (“the DPA”). In most of the above cases, members had an opportunity to settle payment at the point of purchase.
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