A press release from the Association of Chief Police Officers attracted a lot of attention this morning.
Entries have just closed for the 2011 annual awards given by the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising for effective ad campaigns.
The decision by the European Court on Human Rights that insurers cannot offer differential premiums to men and women is anti-science.
A letter in today’s Times, from Douglas L Stewart of Aberdeen, claims that the removal of guard railings from roads in London caused pedestrian casualties in London to “escal
In today’s Times, David Aaronovitch (p 19) concludes that the demise of speed cameras will increase road casualties – a reasonable conclusion given academic evidence that, ev
Swindon is celebrating a year without speed cameras by announcing a drop in fatal accidents, but don’t get over-excited.
How many people are seriously injured on Britain’s roads every year? It sounds a simple question, but it certainly doesn’t have a simple answer.
Women making up as they drive cause 450,000 accidents a year, according to today's Daily Express.
This week the Statistics Authority published a critical assessment of road casualty statistics.