Stephen Henderson reviews Nate SIlver’s book “The Signal And The Noise”, looking at the lessons it holds.
Stephen Henderson delves deeper into the Glasgow Rangers administration, tax avoidance scandal, bringing Left Foot Forward readers up to date on where we’re at.
Stephen Henderson looks at where next for Glasgow Rangers FC.
Stephen Henderson looks at the whole saga of Rangers FC and asks what got them into the financial mess they’re in.
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Statistics out today show the NHS and public sector pensions are entirely affordable, contrary to what George Osborne and the Conservatives are spinning.
A major cut in non-EU student visas is going to hurt universities but it’s going to hurt the UK economy even more, writes Stephen Henderson, a researcher at the UCL Cancer Institute.
Previously when a cancer drug was put to NICE for appraisal there was a strong incentive for the drug company to offer a decent NHS-wide price that might be accepted as value for money. Indeed NHS drug prices are generally very competitive.
The ‘bonfire of quangos’ may or may not lead to centralisation or deregulation depending on circumstance.
With forthcoming cuts to research and possible restrictions on the entry of foreign students today’s world university Rankings are very timely.