Release of our final report on labour market non-compliance

Our final report on the advantages and disadvantages of various methodological approaches to examine and assess labour market non-compliance in the UK is available online from the following link (you can also download the pdf after the page break). It was an exciting opportunity to support this scoping project spearheaded by Ella Cockbain (UCL), and work together with Sam Scott (University of Gloucestershire) and Ben Bradford (UCL). We hope that we will have the chance to continue our work and would appreciate any feedback regarding the report.

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EUROCRIM 2018 presentations

I am still very new to blogging – a couple of people have recently suggested that I should publish my conference presentations on my website, which is so obvious but has never occurred to me earlier. I had the privilege to give two presentations last weekend at EUROCRIM in Sarajevo.

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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”