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Bibliography for How fair is Britain? The first Triennial Review: Executive summary

Buckner, L. and Yeandle, S. 2007: "Valuing Carers: Calculating the Value of Unpaid Care", Carers UK and the University of Leeds.

Cabinet Office, 2009: "Unleashing Aspiration: The Final Report of the Panel on Fair Access to the Professions", London: Cabinet Office.

Feintuck, M. 2004: "The Public Interest in Regulation", Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Government Equalities Office, 2009: "Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women Councillors’ Taskforce Report", London: GEO.

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Home Office, 2009: "Hate Crime: The Cross Government Action Plan", London: The Stationery Office.

House of Commons, 2010: "Speaker’s Conference on Parliamentary Representation – Final Report", London: The Stationery Office.

National Audit Office, 2008: "Increasing Employment Rates for Ethnic Minorities", London:The Stationery Office.

Sealy, R. Singh, V. and Vinnicombe, S. 2009: "Female FTSE 100 Report", Cranfield School of Management.

Turley, A. 2009: "First Among Equals: Diversity in Local Government", London: New Local Government Network.

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The full bibliography for How fair is Britain? The first Triennial Review can be found in part 3 of the main report

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