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World-leading UK safety tech sector sees strong sales and job growth
Road reform continues to deliver for road users and taxpayers, says new report
Survey finds alarming trend toward political violence
New poll finds 7 in 10 adults want social media firms to do more to tackle harmful content
New report examines people’s attitudes to climate change and how this translates into action
Thousands of babies to join new national study of child development
Free speech in UK’s culture war: attitudes to causing offence or harm
Poll: Australian voters believe jobseeker is too low
Woke, cancel culture and white privilege
New Jersey Residents Strongly Back Creation of Suicide and Crisis Hotline, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Finds
Prevalence of Covid remains at high levels across country
Public workshops to help develop third National Adaptation Programme
Covid prevalence continues to decline across England but infection rates remain high
One in five Britons say their careers have been held back by childcare or other caring duties
State Insurance data reveals New Zealand’s worst collision hotspots
Briefing on key issues affecting people on lowest incomes
AMI urges Kiwis to check their insurance after lockdown renovation surge
Positivity rates highest ever recorded in REACT-1 study, but prevalence plateauing
PCA is launching its annual tenant survey
Latest REACT-1 findings show Omicron infections rising fast, while highlighting success of vaccination programmes
How did lockdown affect people’s sex lives in Britain?
Queensland would benefit from raising rate of income support
Key surveys overestimate Covid vaccination rates in USA
Better income support vote changer in swinging seats
REACT-1 study shows Covid infection still high but falling, with high vaccine effectiveness
Any use of hand-held mobile phone while driving to become illegal
One in three say UK’s handling of Covid has damaged reputation around world
Latest REACT-1 study findings show rise in Covid infection rates
Latest REACT-1 study shows SARS-CoV-2 infection rates rising in young people but remaining stable overall
Duchess of Cambridge visits UCL to discuss landmark early years study
Duchess of Cambridge visits UCL to discuss leading landmark early years study
Little sign in Greater London and Greater Paris – but each capital faces own challenges
Banks ranked in latest customer survey results
REACT study shows fully vaccinated are three times less likely to be infected
Effectiveness of mRNA vaccines against Alpha and Beta variants in France
Almost 100% of people have antibodies after second vaccine
Where are French people catching virus?
Poll Shows Social Distancing and Masks to Continue Despite COVID-19 Vaccination
Latest REACT-1 study findings show COVID-19 infection rates three times lower for double vaccinated people
HS2 update 29 June 2021
UK’s ‘culture war’ risks leading to US-style divisions – but we’re not there yet
UK ‘culture war’ debate: public divide into four groups, not two warring tribes
Findings from COVID-19 round 12 REACT-1 study published
Half who said they definitely wouldn’t get Covid vaccine have since had one
Liberals have most difficulty getting along with opponents on ‘culture war’ issues
HALF OF QLDers DON’T RECOGNISE LNP LEADER’S NAME WHEN PROMPTED
No-platforming, left-wing bias and talking about controversial issues
UK’s culture war divisions exaggerated but real, say public – as shown by views on equal rights, cultural change and class