My first two papers of the day are the Racing Post, where the facts are invariably right and The Guardian
An insidious abuse of statistics is spurious accuracy.
“Rise of the high-flying wives who leave hubby in the home” wrote the Daily Mail.
Wild excitement must have gripped readers of The Guardian on Saturday, when they read on Page 1 of the sports section that Manchester United was valued at a mere £800,000,
The Guardian has an entertaining story today about the number of bugs in Britain's soil. Apparently they've doubled in number in the past decade.
The complaint made by Straight Statistics reader John Huggins to the Press Complaints Commission against The Guardian has been rejected.
A Straight Statistics reader, John Huggins, has taken exception to a graphic in The Guardian, illustrating the rise in youth unemployment.