- @Barsacq Aye, and they carry on getting darker until around 5 Jan. It's the dark evenings that depress people more though. 51 minutes ago
- @holland_tom Did you see this? washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldvie… HT @sunnysingh_nw3 1 hour ago
- Hang on in there folks. After this weekend, the evenings start getting lighter. timeanddate.com/worldclock/ast… 1 hour ago
- @gmggranger Old Son? 1 hour ago
- @sarahoconnor_ I think it's a mixture of both. Some social attitudes - men taking on more childcare. Some later motherhood. 1 hour ago
- @faisalislam The reduction in the 30-something gender pay gap is quite recent. wp.me/p3uYA-1TU 2 hours ago
- @johnhalton @sarahoconnor_ I've got some data from 2006 and then 2009 onwards. wp.me/p3uYA-1TU 2 hours ago
- @sarahoconnor_ I suspect it is, though it has been falling for those in their 30s in recent years. wp.me/p3uYA-1TU 2 hours ago
- Is the big wage squeeze coming to an end? on.ft.com/19jPXM9 3 hours ago
- Secular stagnation in a nutshell: touchstoneblog.org.uk/2013/12/secula… by @DuncanWeldon 3 hours ago
- @AcademyOfRock That would be good. I remember you talking about it but somehow I missed the final version. 3 hours ago
- Age and the gender pay gap: Update with latest #ASHE data. wp.me/p3uYA-1TU #UKemplaw 3 hours ago
- Age and the gender pay gap
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- Demographic timebomb – not as timebomby if we work a bit longer
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Category Archives: UK Economy
Before the 1930s, the period from the early 1870s to the early 1890s was known as the Great Depression. My A-level history teacher insisted that it still should be, arguing that, although the drop in GDP was less spectacular than … Continue reading
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