Police diversity and #biasinbritain 2.

As a followup to last week’s post, I will discuss how the emerging results of police diversity in the UK compare to trends in the US and why it is important to increase ethnic diversity in the police force.

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Police diversity and #biasinbritain 1.

Thanks to the referral of Ben Bradford, I had the privilege to work with Vikram Dodd from The Guardian who asked me to have a look at some data on police diversity in Britain. Vikram’s excellent piece can be read here, and he mentioned me by name in the article. In this post, I will discuss the analysis I did and how it informed the Bias in Britain project.

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How much is too much for the Brexit bill? – Why and when not to read too much into polls

Being on holiday meant that I have had more time to read the press in the last couple of days. I came across a Guardian/ICM poll which found a shift in public opinion regarding the Brexit bill: compared to April people seem to find a higher EU exit bill more acceptable. Continue reading “How much is too much for the Brexit bill? – Why and when not to read too much into polls”