In June 2009, the British Medical Association complained about the GP Patient Survey.
Workshy scroungers have cost the taxpayer £28 billion over the past decade, the Daily Express splashed on Monday.
The new Government promised a change: but in the way it is handling statistics, it has so far been a change for the worse.
Many people have pored over the election result, trying to suck meaning from its indeterminate outcome.
Is David Cameron right to claim that people are dying because they cannot get access to cancer drugs?
The Conservative Party’s election manifesto asserts: “The difference in male life expectancy between the richest and poorest areas in our country is now greater than during Victori
How do the three major political parties plan to improve public trust in official statistics?