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Katharine Swindells is a New Statesman Media Group data journalist.
Freedom of information requests suggest councils may be rationing self-isolation payments for fear of running out.
Even with the temporary £20 increase, Universal Credit represents just 18 per cent of average weekly earnings.
Traffic to the NHS webpage “Am I gay, lesbian or bisexual?” rose by 60 per cent in the first lockdown.
The Bank of England reduced rates to near zero in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and they have remained there ever since.
Increasingly, the price of access to a global digital market is assisting the policing of online speech.
Hospitalisations of under-65s in the north-west of England are growing rapidly.
New data shows 57 per cent of black adults and 65 per cent of single mothers are affected by insecure housing.
Analysis of the past 60 years of how abortion has been portrayed in film and TV reveals how many negative tropes still endure.
Spain is the only major European economy that has suffered a sharper downturn than Britain.
In three months the UK has gone from having one of the highest global death rates to one of the lowest.