What would make the UK safer for women, according to women?
Sarah Everard’s killing in March prompted vigils, protests, and debates on women’s safety. New YouGov data shows that women overwhelmingly feel not enough is being done to ensure their safety and that men in particular should do more. Three quarters …
John Humphrys - Assisted Dying : Time for a Change in the Law?
You might think that the health secretary Matt Hancock had already got more than enough on his plate to be bothered writing to Britain’s top statistician about a seemingly arcane piece of data. Covid and its knock-on effects plus social …
Housing and crime most pressing issues facing new Mayor of London
Londoners are heading to the ballot boxes today to elect or re-elect the next mayor. YouGov data shows that two in five people point to housing (44%) and crime (43%) as the most urgent problems to be tackled, while just …
Most Britons support changing rules to allow vaccinated people to mix indoors
It is currently illegal for two fully vaccinated people from different homes to mix indoors, despite England’s deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam saying that such a meeting would be “incredibly safe”. New YouGov data shows close to two …
Voting Intention: Con 43%, Lab 33% (4-5 May)
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Confidence in AstraZeneca vaccine remains low in France and Germany
A month after the blood clot scares rocked confidence in the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, a new YouGov EuroTrack survey finds that people in several countries remains sceptical of the drug. In France and Germany, the passing of a month has …