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AllAfrica.com
Africa's Cities Face Unique Risks. What Can Be Done to Manage Them?manage the risks associated with their unique economic development path. Discl
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
manage the risks associated with their unique economic development path. Disclosure statement Sarah Colenbrander receives funding from the UK Department for International Development, the UK Economic and Social Research Council and UN Environ... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Elections Are Much More Than Just a Ruthless Game of Thronespromised land of development. Disclosure statement Research for this article
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
promised land of development. Disclosure statement Research for this article was has been funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (under grant ES/L002345/1) and the East African Research Fund. Nic Cheeseman does not work for,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Police officers to join Belfast Pride parade for first timegay, bisexual and/or transgender people across our community." The announcemen
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
gay, bisexual and/or transgender people across our community." The announcement comes after a poll by the Economic and Social Research Council suggested social attitudes here were changing. Pictured at the launch of the Policing with Pride... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Science of judging speed: Perceptions of 'normal' get unconsciously altered by recent experiencescompensating for changes in the driver's visual stimulation. Related Stories
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
compensating for changes in the driver's visual stimulation. Related Stories The study, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council UK, was led George Mather, a Professor of Vision Science at the University of Lincoln, UK. Professor... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Learning to feel regret 'helps children develop good decision skills'for example, because this has made them late for work before. However, less is
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
for example, because this has made them late for work before. However, less is known about how and when children experience regret, and how they learn from this emotion. The research was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Learning to feel regret 'helps children develop good decision skills'how and when children experience regret, and how they learn from this emotion.
Irish Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
how and when children experience regret, and how they learn from this emotion. The research was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). More From The Irish Examiner Follow the Irish Examiner LIFESTYLE © Irish Examiner Ltd,... Read more
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27d
Belfast Telegraph
Poll: Only 29% oppose reform of abortion laws in Northern Irelandstudy in which 1,200 people were interviewed after last month's Westminster vot
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
study in which 1,200 people were interviewed after last month's Westminster vote. The poll was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. It found that more DUP supporters (44%) were in favour of same-sex marriage than were opposed... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Poll results not likely to worry MLAs The poll conducted by the Economic and Social Research Council throws up few
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
The poll conducted by the Economic and Social Research Council throws up few surprises Editor's Viewpoint Yet another potential casualty of the stalemate at Stormont is revealed in this newspaper today, and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Survey: Voters polarised on same-sex marriage, Brexit, an Irish Language Act in Northern Irelandthe issues that seem so difficult to resolve. The 2017 Northern Ireland Genera
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
the issues that seem so difficult to resolve. The 2017 Northern Ireland General Election study, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, provides a detailed analysis of those key issues. Social Market Research Belfast interviewed nearly... Read more
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27d
Belfast Telegraph
Poll shows 40% backing for abortion reform in Northern Irelandstudy in which 1,200 people were interviewed after last month's Westminster vot
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
study in which 1,200 people were interviewed after last month's Westminster vote. The poll was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. It found that more DUP supporters (44%) were in favour of same-sex marriage than were opposed... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Mindfulness Is Helping Prisoners Achieve Inner FreedomLang'ata Women's Prison, a maximum female facility in Nairobi, and more than 16
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
Lang'ata Women's Prison, a maximum female facility in Nairobi, and more than 16 other institutions in Kenya have also adopted it. Disclosure statement Inmaculada Adarves-Yorno received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council in th... Read more
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express
Overwhelming support for Theresa May as Prime Minster among Tory activists, poll revealsmembers by the Party Members Project, a three-year investigation into Britain’s
express / Posted a month ago
members by the Party Members Project, a three-year investigation into Britain’s political system funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. EU Exit Secretary David Davis was identified as the most popular choice as Mrs May’s successor,... Read more
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metro
Most Tories want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsreluctant for the PM to quit now compared to 22% who want her to go, the party
metro / Posted 1 months ago
reluctant for the PM to quit now compared to 22% who want her to go, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found.There is no appetite amongst members for a fresh leadership election (Picture: Jack Hill – WPA... Read more
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Scotsman
Poll: A fifth of Tory members back David Davis as next leaderJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Scotsman / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. But more than a quarter, 26%, did not know or declined to say who they wanted to see as Mrs... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Oxford Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Bury Times
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Bury Times / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Gazette
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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guardian-series
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
guardian-series / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Harrow Times
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Harrow Times / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Gazette News
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Gazette News / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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This is West Country
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
This is West Country / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Bolton News
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Bolton News / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
EveningTimes Online / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
Croydon Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. Boris Johnson is seen as his main rival. (Leon Neal/PA) But more than a quarter, 26%, did... Read more
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SKY News
Tory members favour Davis if PM goes - pollbackbenchers, which have suggested there is little appetite for a new leader.
SKY News / Posted 1 months ago
backbenchers, which have suggested there is little appetite for a new leader. The survey, carried out by the Economic and Social Research Council and obtained by The Observer, follows weeks of speculation about how long the minority Government... Read more
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The News and Star
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
The News and Star / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. But more than a quarter, 26%, did not know or declined to say who they wanted to see as Mrs... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Tory members want David Davis to be new leader if Theresa May quitsJacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party me
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Jacob Rees-Mogg made a surprise entry as the third choice with 6%, the party members project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council found. But more than a quarter, 26%, did not know or declined to say who they wanted to see as Mrs... Read more
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