Royal Statistical Society
Two new contributions to the argument over how the UK measures inflation show that the issue is far from dead. Arcane the argument may be, but its effects are not.
In the London bombings of July 7 2005, 52 people died.
How private will the results of the 2011 Census be? Officially, privacy is absolutely guaranteed under the Census Acts of 1920 and 1990.
How easy would it be for a referee to fix the result of a football match, as the (former) Chairman of the Football Association and of England’s 2018 bid, Lord Triesman, has alleged?
Access to statistics before they are released should be sharply curtailed, the UK Statistics Authority has recommended.
How do the three major political parties plan to improve public trust in official statistics?
A new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Statistics was launched at the House of Lords on November 3.