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Census 2021: Unpaid care

This is the second in a series of blogposts that will look back at the 2011 census and ask what might be different this time around. Today’s topic is the huge issue of unpaid care. A person provides unpaid careĀ if… Continue Reading →

Census 2021: How do people travel to work

With the official census date of 21st March 2021 I will be writing a series of short blogposts looking back on the results from 2011 and asking what might be different this time around. This series is partly to support… Continue Reading →

Lockdown compliance in the UK

Background In March 2020, the UK imposed lockdown measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. These measures have been of unprecedented scope in the context of UK governance. These rules were developed over a series of weeks, culminating in the Prime… Continue Reading →

The Economic impact of COVID-19 in the UK

by Tuan Luong and Zenas Azuma The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked concerns among economist, policymakers, labour force, students and quite frankly the general population. To fully comprehend the gravity of the situation pertaining to the national… Continue Reading →

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