This paper explains what airport slots are and the rules governing how they are allocated within the UK and globally as well as the main criticisms of those rules and likely prospects for reform.
This paper provides an overview of the current rail system, including how it is delivered and how it performed and was financed up until the spring of 2020 when the UK locked down in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. It explains the impact of the pandemic on services and funding and sets out reforms to rail passenger services (franchises) as a result of the pandemic. The final section discusses the Williams Rail Review, initiated in 2018 and yet to report publicly, setting out the emerging conclusions and key questions to be answered.
House of Commons Library briefing on professional regulation in health and social care
House of Commons Library briefing on NHS sustainability and transformation partnerships and plans