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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Litter Strategy for EnglandDepartment for Communities and Local Government; Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs; Department for Transport 11 April 20172017
Technical note: Background on alcohol marketing regulation and monitoring for the protection of public healthPan American Health Organization11 April 20172017
Improving air quality joint inquiryEnvironment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee10 April 20172017
Fuel Poverty Debate PackHouse of Commons Library10 April 20172017
Stronger charities for a stronger society. Report of Session 2016–17House of Lords Select Committee on Charities10 April 20172017
The Long-term Sustainability of the NHS and Adult Social Care. Report of Session 2016–17House of Lords Select Committee on the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS10 April 20172017
Ministers questioned on education and children’s mental healthCommons Select Committee10 April 20172017
Renewable Heat Incentive Briefing Paper Number 6328.House of Commons Library10 April 20172017
UKHF welcomes PHE's Sugar Reduction targetsUK Health Forum05 April 20172017
Findings Report No.1: initial findings on the impact on Health of the Warm Homes Nest SchemeWelsh Government05 April 20172017

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