Changes in the questions that have been asked in the UK census have developed over the decades, reflecting changes in society and in social attitudes.
Stories of general interest to the whole of the UK
Have you completed your Census Form? Over the decades many have found ingenious ways of avoiding “telling their secrets”.
The Victorian Census – what did women say about their occupations?
Brit of foreign origin or foreigner with a British passport? The 2021 census tries to capture information about the population’s nationality.
Self-publishing authors have to get just as good at advertising and marketing, as they are at writing.
Lullaby Beach by Stella Duffy tackles coastal over-development and greed, rape, violence, gender inequality, revenge, race and “Me Too.”
Not enough has been written about the lockdown impact on the education for our very youngest pupils. Can we postpone the academic stuff?
The first Soroptimist club was set up, by 80 women, 100 years ago (1921) in California to improve the rights and status of women in a male dominated world.
Honeybee imports from the EU – another casualty of Brexit?
Successive governments have implemented change upon change, in every area of the NHS, in an effort to make it more cost effective