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Research into reactions to Professor Lievesley’s 19 recommendations

Research into reactions to Professor Lievesley’s 19 recommendations

An interim report on the Better Statistics research into reactions to Professor Lievesley’s 19 recommendations is available HERE. The results were highlighted at the meeting of 22nd May at the Royal Statistical Society,  indicating considerable differences of opinion on …

The full details of the Net Zero Seminar are available

The full details of the Net Zero Seminar are available

The full details of the  Net Zero Seminar are available on Net Zero

New for Inflation 2024

New for Inflation 2024

The call for contributions to the 2024 inflation Seminar – is available here.

This is the third in our annual series of seminars on the subject of inflation – this time concentrating on the measurement(s) used to determine the
The Net Zero Seminar Programme

The Net Zero Seminar Programme

Sign up for the event here

The programme for our forthcoming seminar on Net-Zero is now available please click here for the details 
For a review of the issues on the science see: Is it too late to keep warming
What is the future for UKSA?

What is the future for UKSA?

19th September at the Royal Statistical Society.

Attend this conference to change how our National Statistics are governed.

Register Here

 

WHAT IS THE FUTURE FOR UKSA?

 

A seminar discussing the issues raised by Professor Lievesley’s review.

The

Special Contribution to the Review of UKSA

Special Contribution to the Review of UKSA

As a special contribution to the review of UKSA Better Statistics are planning a one-day seminar on the 19th September.  We are pleased to announce that Sir Robert Chote and Sir Vince Cable have agreed to serve on the …

CPIH as the RPI from 2030

CPIH as the RPI from 2030

Jill Leyland provides a useful timeline of the events relating to the decision to remove the RPI as a National Statistic

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Latest Data from the Opinium Inflation Research

Latest Data from the Opinium Inflation Research

The latest Data from the Opinium Inflation Research on behalf of Better Statistics shows that only a third of UK citizens are aware that the ONS is responsible for measuring inflation and even fewer know that the official statistic is …