Tag Archives: Guardian

I trust we’re all in this together…?

Spot the odd one out. I trust you. She’s a trusting soul. Do you trust him? Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted or that you can’t be too careful in dealing with people? Of course … Continue reading

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Guardian Datablog – data is nothing without analysis

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

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Scaremongering journalist…? Not this time.

I’ve just been reading a Guardian article about a BMJ article about exclusive breastfeeding for six months.  As a member of a university, I’m privileged to have access to many journals online, including the BMJ.  I used that privilege to … Continue reading

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