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Kick-starting the housing revolution – but who will benefit?

Raj Patel


Didn't row with your other half last year? Then you could be headed for DIVORCE says new study into relationships

Harry Benson, Spencer James


No marital tiffs last year? Then divorce looms

Harry Benson, Spencer James


Phones 'need health warnings'

Cara L. Booker


Smartphones should come with warnings, says report

Cara L. Booker


Tech companies urged to protect the young from dangers of excessive screen time

Cara L. Booker


Tech companies urged to protect young from dangers of excessive screen time

Cara L. Booker


English children among the unhappiest in the world at school due to bullying

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees, Gill Main, Jonathan Bradshaw


Pupils in England are among the most unhappy in the world: Worries about body image and bullying mean country is behind nations such as Ethiopia and Nepal

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees, Gill Main, Jonathan Bradshaw


Bullying and body confidence issues makes English children unhappiest in the world

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees, Gill Main, Jonathan Bradshaw


Children in England 'among unhappiest in world'

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees, Gill Main, Jonathan Bradshaw


England named 'second worst nation' for child happiness

Larissa Pople, Gwyther Rees, Gill Main, Jonathan Bradshaw


Siblingship and its ratio to a child's happiness

Dieter Wolke, Alexandra J. Skew


Britain's divided decade: the rich are 64% richer than before the recession, while the poor are 57% poorer

Nida Broughton, Ricky Kanabar, Nicole Martin


Britain's divided decade: rich are 64% richer, poor are 57% poorer

Nida Broughton, Ricky Kanabar, Nicole Martin


Getting married before having children ‘boosts chances of staying together’ – study

Harry Benson


Unmarried parents 'three times as likely to separate '

Harry Benson


Stark inequalities in aging as UK government encourages people to work longer

Sara Arber


How the immigration issue will help Labour win the May British election, but suffer in the long run

Eric Kaufmann


New findings show stark inequalities in ageing as Government encourages us to work longer

Sara Arber


On Valentine's Day be happy if you have friends, data suggests

Chris Randall


Beyond GDP: Greens spark debate on a better measure of progress

Office for National Statistics Office for National Statistics


Ukippers are likely to have voted Tory in 2010 – but Labour in the 1990s

Eric Kaufmann


Study informs new report on driver behaviour

Ann Berrington, Julia Mikolai


RAC publishes new report on driver behaviour

Ann Berrington, Julia Mikolai