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Living longer - how our population is changing and why it matters

Angele Storey

Older PeopleDemographyPublic Policy


Inflation report

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EconomicsDebt: IndebtednessFinanceHousing Market


The arts as a catalyst for human prosociality and cooperation

Julie Van de Vyver, Dominic Abrams

PsychologySocietiesSocial CapitalSportArtsSocial Behaviour


Who voted for Brexit? Individual and regional data combined

Eleonora Alabrese, Sascha O. Becker, Thiemo Fetzer, Dennis Novy

PoliticsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyElections. Electoral BehaviourDemographyInternational Economic Relations


The good childhood report 2018

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PsychologyYoung PeopleWell Being


Who voted for Brexit? Individual and regional data combined

Eleonora Alabrese, Sascha O. Becker, Thiemo Fetzer, Dennis Novy

PoliticsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyElections. Electoral BehaviourDemographyInternational Economic Relations


Migration versus immobility, and ties to parents

John Ermisch, Clara H. Mulder

Area EffectsGeographyDemographyMigrationHouseholdsSociologyHousing Market


Tory austerity and welfare cuts like bedroom tax directly caused Brexit, new study finds

Thiemo Fetzer


Brexit is direct result of austerity and cuts like bedroom tax, research suggests - Politics live

Thiemo Fetzer


Had austerity not happened, Leave support could have been up to 10% lower

Thiemo Fetzer


Biomarkers as precursors of disability

Apostolos Davillas, Stephen Pudney

DisabilityHealthBiology


Guest blog: Taking time out to go Scroll Free

Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, Amanda Sacker


Ethnic and migrant penalties in job quality in the UK: the role of residential concentration and occupational clustering

Wouter Zwysen, Neli Demireva

Area EffectsMigrationLabour MarketEthnic Groups


Which voters have changed their minds about Brexit?

Jan Germen Janmaat, Gabriella Melis, Andy Green, Nicola Pensiero


Nearly 8 million people providing care for family members without pay

Kathryn Petrie, James Kirkup


Women juggle career and elderly relatives

Kathryn Petrie, James Kirkup


One in seven adults give up their time to look after relatives, says report

Kathryn Petrie, James Kirkup


Size of UK’s army of unpaid carers swells to 7.6 million

Kathryn Petrie, James Kirkup


One in seven adults give up their time to look after relatives, says report

Kathryn Petrie, James Kirkup


Distress, even at low levels, raises risk of chronic diseases

Kyle J. J. McLachlan, Catharine R. Gale


Shared partisanship, household norms and turnout: testing a relational theory of electoral participation

Edward Fieldhouse, David Cutts

PoliticsElections. Electoral BehaviourSocial CapitalSociology Of HouseholdsSocial Psychology


Stressed out? An investigation of whether allostatic load mediates associations between neighbourhood deprivation and health

Lucy Prior, David Manley, Kelvyn Jones

Area EffectsGeographyPovertyWell BeingHealthBiology


Place and preference effects on the association between mental health and internal migration within Great Britain

Sam Wilding, David Martin, Graham Moon

Area EffectsPsychologyGeographyDemographyMigrationWell BeingHealth


Effects of restrictions to Income Support on health of lone mothers in the UK: a natural experiment study

Srinivasa Vittal Katikireddi, Oarabile R. Molaodi, Marcia Gibson, Ruth Dundas, Peter Craig

Lone ParentsLabour MarketPublic PolicyChildbearing: FertilityWelfare BenefitsWell BeingHealth


IQ and political attitudes across British regions and local authorities

Noah Carl

PoliticsArea EffectsPsychologyGeographySocial AttitudesSocial Stratification


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