Unexplained Wealth Orders, New Forms of Employment, and 10 Issues to Watch in 2021 – New Official Publications 18.01.21

University of Glasgow Library Blog

Newly published official publications from :

Westminster and the UK Government

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Coronavirus: Financial impact on higher education – “Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic there have been concerns about the financial impact on universities. Much of this has focussed on the potential loss of international students, but there could also be losses in income from lower home student numbers, a drop in research work and less revenue from accommodation, catering and conferencing. What are the size of these impacts and what has the Government done to support the sector?

Unexplained Wealth Orders – “Unexplained Wealth Orders allow for the confiscation of property without proving criminality, by reversing the burden of proof. This briefing discusses their introduction, how they work, and their use so far.”

Coronavirus: Long Covid – “This briefing provide an overview…

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