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Welfare Reform why guess the effects when you can know? (26 Feb 15)

Suzanne Norton of Colchester Borough Council has recently sent us an experimental Forecasting Report where she used forecasting techniques to estimate the effects of Welfare Reform on the demand for housing in the…

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