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Public-Private Partnerships for Statistics: Lessons Learned, Future Steps: A focus on the use of non-official data sources for national statistics and public policy
Non-official sources of data, big data in particular, are currently attracting enormous interest in the world of official statistics. An impressive body of work focuses on how different types of bigExpand
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Would the paisley pyjamas sting stand up in court
Nicholas Robin argues that recent cases involving media trying to lure MPs into their pyjamas and get pop singers to deal drugs raise doubts about whether the definition of the public interest shouldExpand
Gulf war. Health visitors' skills in demand.
  • N. Robin
  • Medicine
  • Health visitor
  • 1 March 1991
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Parliamentary Inquiry into Science Reporting: Where are the Sceptics?
  • N. Robin
  • Political Science
  • 9 September 2013
The issue of science reporting, brought up in the Leveson Inquiry’s report on the ethics and behaviour of the press, seemed forgotten as politicians focused on replacing the PCC. Now, MPs are lookingExpand
False Balance in Climate Reporting Reveals BBC’s Sensitivity to Political Pressure
As the BBC is criticised again for its coverage of climate change, this time in a Parliamentary report, Nicholas Robin argues that the need to head off accusations of left-wing bias in the lead up toExpand
Legal Aspects of the Blood System in Canada
Public-Private Partnerships for Statistics Lessons Learned , Future Steps A focus on the use of nono ffi cial data sources for national statistics and public policy
Non-official sources of data, big data in particular, are currently attracting enormous interest in the world of official statistics. An impressive body of work focuses on how different types of bigExpand