In 2008, the then-Government launched a research project called “Amplifying the voice of Muslim students”
A bizarre claim in the letters page of The Independent today caught my eye.
“Recession hits sandwiches at business meetings” was the headline on a press release issued yesterday by the office design company Maris Interiors.
I'm grateful to correspondents on Straight Statistics who pointed out that the the way "confidence in police" was scored in the national Police Improvement Agency's (NPIA) randomized tria
Reports by national newspaper education editors have suggested that the average starting salary for new graduates is £25,000 a year– or even £29,000, if you&rsquo
The comparison website Confused.com has interrogated its database to come up with some curious findings.
Local authorities strapped for cash are aiming to cut their library budgets, an unpopular but, they say, unavoidable
When you read a headline such as ”Workers fork out £2,000 a year on lunch and snacks” (Daily Express, today) you can be pretty sure that our old friends 72 Point (
How private will the results of the 2011 Census be? Officially, privacy is absolutely guaranteed under the Census Acts of 1920 and 1990.