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Report Card 18 August 2000 Across the country as I write, schoolchildren are receiving the examination results that assess their performance over the last couple of years in each of the subjects. (Well, except in Scotland, but that is a different story.) It seems an appropriate point at which to draw up a similar report card for the government. In which policy areas does the public feel it has passed, and in which has it failed? Or rather, since "value added" seems to be the preferred benchmark these days, in which policy areas has it improved its standing since it was elected, and in which has it lost out? And, for those issues where the Opposition has scored hits, has the result merely been to damage Labour credibility or also to convince the electorate that the Conservatives (or, indeed, Liberal Democrats) might do a better job? Report Card
Report on a Public Dialogue on Geoengineering 9 September 2010 The results of a public dialogue, conducted on behalf of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), saw participants give cautious support for research into geoengineering. Report on a Public Dialogue on Geoengineering
Reporting the Polls - a Lot of Hot Ayr 10 March 2000 "POLL SHOCK: VOTERS TO GIVE DEWAR A BLOODY NOSE. LABOUR FACE AYR CRASH - EXCLUSIVE BY RON MACKENNA" screams the front page of yesterday's Daily Record, Scotland's highest circulation daily newspaper. It certainly shocked me - but it was the accuracy of the reporting, not the data in the poll (a constituency poll by Scottish Opinion Limited ahead of next week's Ayr by-election) that was disturbing. Reporting the Polls - a Lot of Hot Ayr
Reputation Council Insight & Ideas Report October 2011 14 October 2011 This report explores the challenges of managing reputation in the age of austerity, further discussion of the case for reputation management in terms of the benefits and barriers, and looks from an internal perspective at the purpose and authenticity of company values. Reputation Council Insight & Ideas Report October 2011
Research Can (Help) Transform Nations 11 September 2009 How a Developing Country Uses Research to Support Transformation - Trinidad & Tobago's "Vision 2020" Research Can (Help) Transform Nations
Researching The Future 6 June 2000 The Lifestyle Network Tuesday, 6 June 2000 Natural History Museum Researching The Future
Reshuffles, ‘dither’ and nimbyism 6 September 2012 Ben Marshall, Research Director in the Social Research Institute, guest-blogs for Shelter on recent government announcements on housing policy. Reshuffles, ‘dither’ and nimbyism
Retain and Keep Up, or Lose 9 September 2011 Chris O'Brien looks at how the ICB report may affect the future of retail banking in the UK. Retain and Keep Up, or Lose
Reuters Marginal Constituencies poll – Wave 2 8 April 2010 Ipsos MORI’s new poll for Reuters suggests that there is appetite for change in these marginals, but that Cameron has not yet convinced these voters that he is more capable than Brown. Reuters Marginal Constituencies poll – Wave 2
Reuters Marginal Constituency Poll - Wave 5 3 May 2010 The last of our polls in key marginal constituencies, Ipsos MORI’s new poll for Reuters suggests that the Conservatives are inching towards a majority with a 7% swing from 2005 in these key battleground constituencies. Reuters Marginal Constituency Poll - Wave 5
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