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BBC News
Long wait for families to identify drowned migrantsthem buried visibly in their community." Researchers from the Mediterranean Mi
Long wait for families to identify drowned migrants
BBC News / Posted yesterday
them buried visibly in their community." Researchers from the Mediterranean Missing Project, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, spent a year in Italy and Greece examining how information about dead migrants was gathered.Image... Read more
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chroniclelive
How Geordie is your surname? Take our test and find outroll in recent years. Famous Geordie duo Anthony McPartlin (left) and Declan D
How Geordie is your surname? Take our test and find out
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
roll in recent years. Famous Geordie duo Anthony McPartlin (left) and Declan Donnelly But researchers on the Economic and Social Research Council project says it reveals more than just where people are now - it can also say a lot about our... Read more
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walesonline
How Welsh is your surname? Find out where your name is most popularname. It's part of a project on UK surnames conducted at the UCL Department of
How Welsh is your surname? Find out where your name is most popular
walesonline / Posted 7 days ago
name. It's part of a project on UK surnames conducted at the UCL Department of Geography and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Researchers say it reveals more than just where people are now - it can also say a lot about... Read more
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birminghammail
Find out how Brummie your surname really isanalysing their surnames – and the experts claim they get it right most of the
Find out how Brummie your surname really is
birminghammail / Posted 9 days ago
analysing their surnames – and the experts claim they get it right most of the time. But researchers on the Economic and Social Research Council project says it reveals more than just where people are now - it can also say a lot about our roots.A... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
See how Scouse your surname really isjust how popular your surname is on Merseyside compared to the rest of Britain.
See how Scouse your surname really is
Liverpool Echo / Posted 10 days ago
just how popular your surname is on Merseyside compared to the rest of Britain. But researchers on the Economic and Social Research Council project says it reveals more than just where people are now - it can also say a lot about our... Read more
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Ekklesia
Tasers inquiry 'urgently needed' say researcherstoughest and highest professional standards in place to train, monitor and eval
Tasers inquiry 'urgently needed' say researchers
Ekklesia / Posted 11 days ago
toughest and highest professional standards in place to train, monitor and evaluate its use." Abi Dymond, an Economic and Social Research Council ( ESRC) funded researcher at the University of Exeter said: "It is important to ensure that the... Read more
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New Kerala
Volunteering later in life can enhance mental health and wellbeing - newkerala.com #106246so couldnt capture the full spectrum of voluntary activities. The study was su
Volunteering later in life can enhance mental health and wellbeing - newkerala.com #106246
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
so couldnt capture the full spectrum of voluntary activities. The study was supported by funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) UK, the Office for the Third Sector and the Barrow Cadbury Trust through the Third Sector... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Is there anything which can make men do housework – even if they are out of work?Economic Research at the University of Essex, interviewed 17 couples locally an
Is there anything which can make men do housework – even if they are out of work?
Ipswich Star / Posted 17 days ago
Economic Research at the University of Essex, interviewed 17 couples locally and further afield as part of the Economic and Social Research Council-funded study. Working with colleagues James Scott and Heather Laurie, she also used data from... Read more
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The Register
Microbes that laugh at antibiotics: UK sinks £4.5m into China-Brit kill teampartnerships between the UK and China. The Biotechnology and Biological Scienc
Microbes that laugh at antibiotics: UK sinks £4.5m into China-Brit kill team
The Register / Posted 20 days ago
partnerships between the UK and China. The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, The Economic and Social Research Council and the Medical Research Council will be funded under the Newton Fund - a cash stash used to bolster... Read more
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express
EU-funded think tank's dire economic forecast blasted as 'BIASED’ by Brexit MPthey accept they got it wrong and start looking at the facts for a change?” To
EU-funded think tank's dire economic forecast blasted as 'BIASED’ by Brexit MP
express / Posted 21 days ago
they accept they got it wrong and start looking at the facts for a change?” Today’s report was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, which receives most of its financial backing from the UK Government. But the IFS does rake in... Read more
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This is West Country
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
This is West Country / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Northern Echo
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsIts report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Northern Echo / Posted 22 days ago
Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually meaningless". The IFS sent out some stark warnings over the impact of Brexit ahead of... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Kingston Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Streatham Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Bury Times
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Bury Times / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Gazette
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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guardian-series
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
guardian-series / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Harrow Times
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Harrow Times / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Gazette News
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Gazette News / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Bolton News
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Bolton News / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Croydon Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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The Irish Times
Membership of EU market worth extra 4% of GDP for UK, says IFSliving standards far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Euro
Membership of EU market worth extra 4% of GDP for UK, says IFS
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
living standards far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was “virtually... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggestsfar outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report,
Access to EU single market 'virtually meaningless', new IFS report suggests
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
far outweigh the costs of single market membership across Europe. Its report, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, added that just having access rather than membership of the single market was "virtually... Read more
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PhysOrg
Research explodes the myth of a 'West vs. Rest' cultural dividefor the last 25 years. The new research, involving 73 researchers working in 3
Research explodes the myth of a 'West vs. Rest' cultural divide
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
for the last 25 years. The new research, involving 73 researchers working in 35 nations and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (UK), explored how people of different cultures see themselves and their relationships with others.... Read more
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PhysOrg
Mobile scan and pay technology could promote supermarket theft, study suggestsBeck and Dr Matt Hopkins from the University of Leicester Department of Crimino
Mobile scan and pay technology could promote supermarket theft, study suggests
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
Beck and Dr Matt Hopkins from the University of Leicester Department of Criminology and is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Professor Beck said: "Both loved and loathed by consumers, with the phrase 'unexpected item... Read more
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Canberra Times
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrongcan be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Endurin
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrong
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
can be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Enduring love study In the UK, the Economic and Social Research Council funded a study that sought to understand how couples stay together in the 21st century. The survey... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrongcan be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Endurin
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrong
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
can be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Enduring love study In the UK, the Economic and Social Research Council funded a study that sought to understand how couples stay together in the 21st century. The survey... Read more
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The Age
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrongcan be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Endurin
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrong
The Age / Posted a month ago
can be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Enduring love study In the UK, the Economic and Social Research Council funded a study that sought to understand how couples stay together in the 21st century. The survey... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrongcan be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Endurin
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrong
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
can be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Enduring love study In the UK, the Economic and Social Research Council funded a study that sought to understand how couples stay together in the 21st century. The survey... Read more
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WA Today
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrongcan be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Endurin
Home is where the heart is: why we're getting couples therapy wrong
WA Today / Posted a month ago
can be applied to couples wishing to improve their relationship quality.Enduring love study In the UK, the Economic and Social Research Council funded a study that sought to understand how couples stay together in the 21st century. The survey... Read more
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