Category Archives: statistics

Do Metro writers not engage their brain?

I picked up a copy of the Metro this morning.  One of the items noted that staged car crashes are at a new high, with ‘more than one in 20 motorists believing that they have been a victim in the … Continue reading

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Rubbish statistics about rubbish

I saw an article in the Daily Mail today (read for research purposes only I hasten to add) about how much waste is clothing.  They called it the Primark effect.  The article claims that “Throwaway fashion that cannot be recycled … Continue reading

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