The Troubled Families Programme (TFP) is a programme in England administered by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). The programme conducts targeted interventions for families experiencing multiple problems, including crime, anti-social behaviour, truancy, unemployment, mental health problems and domestic abuse. This briefing examines the TFP since 2012, details MHCLG evaluations of the programme, and describes recent commentary and potential future directions for the programme.
A new House of Commons Library briefing paper provides non-technical background on school funding in England, and current issues:
This is our most up-to-date briefing on the topic.
The Library has also previously published a longer briefing paper on the background to recent reforms:
- Implementation of the national funding formula for schools in England, 10 November 2017
Compare average per pupil funding in your constituency with others and identify schools in your constituency that could have an annual increase or decrease (in real terms) in per pupil funding.
What is the guidance for students moving back on to campuses at the start of in 2020-21 and on returning home for the Christmas break? What concerns were raised about the return to campus? How have universities changed the way they organise teaching and how does this affect potential fee refunds? How many students and staff have tested positive for Covid-19? Has the peak among students passed?