con’founding, adj.That which confounds; destroying, confusing, perplexing, amazing, etc.: see the verb.
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Category Archives: Government
The Prime Minister has gone and brought it up again. I confess that I’m a little slow off the mark, and this is actually from before Christmas (thank you to George Disney for pointing it out to me) but I … Continue reading
Lucy Mangan in the Guardian: The UK Census – it’s just a big box of tricks. This is my favourite part: “How many of these rooms are bedrooms? Include all rooms built or converted for use as bedrooms even if they … Continue reading
David Brindle posted NCVO’s charity data to the Guardian’s Datablog on Valentine’s Day (gotta love a charity, right). The data are available by local authority. When the page loads correctly, you can click on the data table to sort the … Continue reading