18 February 2017 - How have statistics been used in the arguments for Britain remaining in or leaving the EU? The 'Radstats 2017 Conference and AGM' at Edinburgh Central Quaker Meeting House, organised by Radical Statistics explored this question and others.
CPC's Director Professor Jane Falkingham provided a keynote speech at the event. Drawing on recent funded projects exploring the UK in the context of a changing Europe, Jane's talk reported on the new evidence on the implications for Brexit on the UK population, attitudes and expectations of migrants regarding naturalisation and potential return migration, the role of social policy and the changing rights of migrants.
For programme information contact CPC colleagues Nissa Finney, Albert Sabater and Glenna Nightingale at CONF17@radstats.org.uk.