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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Home Truths 2016/17National Housing Federation01 February 20172017
European Report on Alcohol Policy A Review 2016European Alcohol Policy Alliance (Eurocare) 01 February 20172016
P.I.E briefing 01/02/2017UK Health Forum01 February 20172017
Rebalancing Act. A resource for Directors of Public Health, Police and Crime Commissioners and other health and justice commissioners, service providers and users.Revolving Door Agency; Home Office; Public Health Engalnd31 January 20172017
Alcohol marketing rules are "failing to protect our youth".Institute of Alcohol Studies; Alcohol Policy UK31 January 20172017
Executive Programme for Global Health LeadershipLondon School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine30 January 20172016
Building our Industrial Strategy: green paperDepartment for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy30 January 20172017
Jeremy Hunt questioned on impact of Brexit on healthcareCommons Select Committe; Parliament.UK30 January 20172017
The Soft Drinks Industry Levy briefing paper number 7876House of Commons Library; Parliament.UK30 January 20172017
Burning Injustice. Reducing tobacco-driven harm and inequality. Recommendations to the government, local authorities and the NHSAll Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Smoking and Health; ASH30 January 20172017

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