A bizarre claim in the letters page of The Independent today caught my eye.
For sheer hyperbole, few subjects stretch disbelief further than cybercrime statistics.
Last week Ordnance Survey issued a press release about changes on the high street as a result of the recession.
The search engine Google is emerging as a powerful new source of economic and even stock market data.
Tomorrow’s public spending review is likely to be presented by all and sundry as cuts of a savagery not experienced since the Second World War.
Rearrange the following into a common phrase or saying: horse, stable door, close, bolted.
David Cameron’s open data policy is intended to make good his promise of government transparency.
In the midst of an election campaign it’s inevitable that various long-term statistics will be coming out of the woodwork.