An unfortunate side effect of COVID19 has been ugly political debates over the best way to tackle the pandemic. Often politicians will claim because country X does this, the UK should be doing it as well. I decided it was time to do a proper … [Read More...] about COVID19 Cases #2 – Is the UK an outlier internationally?
The weather in the UK in the first month of the new meteorological year was wetter than usual but otherwise unremarkable. … [Read More...] about UK Weather Tracker #47 – December 2020
The UK experienced unremarkable weather in all respects in Autumn 2020. … [Read More...] about UK Weather Trends #15 – Autumn 2020
The weather in the UK in November 2020 was warmer than usual but otherwise unremarkable. … [Read More...] about UK Weather Tracker #46 – November 2020
At 2200 on Thursday 12th December 2019, the BBC/ITV/Sky Exit Poll was revealed to the nation and pointed to a large majority for the Conservatives. … [Read More...] about UK General Election 2019 #2 – My forecast is the most accurate & beats the Exit Poll!
On June 5th 2019, I had the privilege of being able to talk to the Treasury Select Committee about the "Effectiveness of Gender Pay Gap Reporting". … [Read More...] about Pay Gaps #8 – My Evidence to the Treasury Select Committee
“I think the people in this country have had enough of experts” Michael Gove, Sky News, 3rd June 2016 This was one of the most memorable quotes … [Read More...] about Forecasting#1 – How do you identify a good forecaster?
My wife is American and so it should be easy to guess what we were talking about on the morning of 9th November 2016. Donald Trump’s victory in the … [Read More...] about Segmentation #1 – Who has more in common? Leave & Trump voters or Remain & Clinton voters? Analysis of Sentiments