The human geography of the UK is a very unlevel playing field – more akin to a mountain range than a field.

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Rather than promising growth tomorrow, policy-makers should give more to younger generations today

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For many years the UK, and almost all other states in the world, have been reporting both the amount they spend on public services, and what they expect to spend in future,

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For a few hours on Wednesday 30 June 2021, a report released by University College London’s Institute of Health Equity hit the headlines.

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School meals are never termed “free” in Finland; they are simply called “lunch”.

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The pandemic had an almost immediate and massive detrimental economic effect on the lives of the already worst-off in the UK,

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Within the boundaries of the city of Oxford, for all of 2020, only 95 deaths were registered with COVID-19 being mentioned on the death certificate.

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Census 2021 will reveal how a year of lockdowns and furlough has transformed the UK

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An extra population survey, on top of next week’s, would provide information the country really needs.

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The first death to be publicly attributed to coronavirus in the UK was of a woman in her seventies on March 5 2020.

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In late January 2021, when I wrote these words, a debate was raging

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Finland is rarely mentioned as an example by leftists and Greens who want to build a better future.

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There are times when it appears to be that almost everything is changing. Now might well be one of those times.

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