Driving to work the other day, my ear was caught by an advertisement by ADT for burglar alarms.
So far, from elementary evidence synthesis, we have discovered:
Yesterday, we gave 13 key insights into the demography and toxicology of a decade of 15,795 drug-related deaths (DRDs) in England and Wales.
Today, we begin a series of six articles for Straight Statistics that tell it straight on a decade of drug-related deaths (DRDs).
No sooner are they in power than the Tories give us all a fright over law and order.
According to Ed Balls, the last Government “brushed immigration under the carpet”, failing to acknowledge that it was an issue that worried Labour supporters.
Meg Hillier MP, Minister for Identity, was right when she said, “Whenever identity cards are mentioned it's always been with the word ‘controversial’.”
The argument over the retention of “innocent” DNA profiles has descended to a new low as the election approaches.
There is still room for improvement in the statistical sophistication of Home Office press releases, but very few are as bad as the notorious “knife crime” release issued on 11 December
The police are failing to take anti-social behaviour seriously and to record information about it adequately, according to the Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Denis O’Connor.