Interesting new study released by Comres for Universities UK entitled Education, consumer rights and maintaining trust, focuses on how students view their roles as consumers – what they expect the university to do and how trust and good relations can be maintained. 47% view themselves as a customer but that is fewer than believe they […]
Chemist store Boots has just released a fascinating timeline of images about its company history which economic historians may find useful. It gives key dates and images of stores and boots beauty brands from 1849 onwards.
Released this week experimental statistics on employment and earnings of higher education graduates 5 years after graduation. The longitudinal education outcomes (LEO) data brings together information from the Department for Education with employment, benefits and earnings information from the Department for Work and Pensions and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs. Data is presented for 23 subject […]
Following on from the Labour party resurgence The London office of the think tank Policy Network has recently launched State of the Left to offer free access to news and reports on centre-left parties and elections worldwide. It has a poll tracker charting progressive politics in nations worldwide and it is possible to sign up […]
BFI Player’s fascinating collection of election films from the early 20th century to the 1970s They range from the funny Clangers voting cartoon from 1974 (ask your candidate in 2017 – are you offering free soup for all!) to a 1912 film of George Lansbury in the ‘suffragette election’ and in Bolton a suffragette addresses […]
The most recent study by Royal Society for Public Health found in a survey of social media that Instagram was recorded as having the most negative impact on the mental well being of young people in the UK. YouTube was rated as the most positive! Find out more by downloading the report which ranks the […]
In 2015 25% of the 203 British films in production had no women in any of the six key production roles (director, writer, producer, exec-producer, cinematographer, and editor). According to the latest report from the Calling the Shots: women and contemporary film culture in the UK, 2000-2015’ based at the University of Southampton. This is […]
Download the latest fascinating research from Kings College London. It is the first complete survey of over 351,000 articles from news outlets published over a 20-week period. Find out if it really was an acrimonious and divisive campaign!
The Legal and General reported that from its findings in 2016 the bank of mum and dad was involved in 25% of all property transactions. 57% of the under 35s received help from friends and family to buy the home they live in. Also this week the International Longevity Centre reported that with current economic […]
Data from the office of National Statistics which highlights sexual identity at a local authority level from 2013-2015. It also includes breakdown by age and gender. Details on methodology is provided.