The pensions boost is further proof that Britain is run for the benefit of the older generation — paid for by the young, writes David Willetts.
More than six million people who were not working in March 2022 said it was because they were caring for someone else.
The unequal pattern of economic recovery in 2021 among countries and the unrecovered income losses among those most affected by the pandemic have exacerbated existing inequalities and have worsened the food security situation for the populations already struggling the...
Introduction to EU statistics that provides a starting point for those who wish to explore the wide range of data available on Eurostat’s website.
Home. In a good childhood, home is a safe and stable place, with healthy food to eat, clean water to drink and a loving family. Yet, many children – even in the world’s richer countries – lack these necessities of life.
Work from home and parenting: Examining the role of work-family conflict and gender during the COVID-19 pandemic￼
Many employers introduced or expanded working from home (WFH) in response to increasing infection rates after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether WFH enhances or depletes parents’ resources for their children is still an open question.