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Public policy needs a solid base of impartially reported, well-contextualised statistics

Public policy needs a solid base of impartially reported, well-contextualised statistics

Royal Statistical Society

Sir Andrew Dilnot of the UK Statistics Authority drew gasps and laughs as he exposed internal and media biases with public policy statistics at the Oxford local chapter of the Royal Statistical Society, emphasising the crucial role of statisticians and social scientists in public policy.

David Cox at the Oxford local group of the Royal Statistical Society

David Cox at the Oxford local group of the Royal Statistical Society

Royal Statistical Society

Prof David Cox enchanted a packed lecture theatre with his by-turns whimsical and astute talk on the past, present, and future of the statistics profession.