Radical Statistics 112 (2015)

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Essay competition 2014: Open competition winners

The rise in foodbanks: What can statistics tell us about the current landscape of food insecurity and food aid in the UK? Elisabeth Garratt
Path analysis for people who hate statistics Pauline McGovern


Impacts of mine closures in Doncaster: An index of social stress Sinead D’Silva & Paul Norman
Contextualising the effect of deprivation on health-related quality of life using the equivalent increase in weight as a surrogate Mark A Green & Mark Strong
The independence of the official statistics producer Asle Rolland
‘Say nothing for a wee while, and then say nothing at all’: Still hiding evidence on health inequalities in Ireland Frank Houghton & Sharon Houghton
A radical democrat and a great demographer: For the 125th birthday of René Kuczinski Thomas Kuczinski

News, Comment and Reviews

How can data destruction be a good thing? Christina Beatty & Alison Macfarlane
2016 Conference announcement

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