New research among over 1,000 Britons living with disability released on twenty fifth anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act
Brits believe the current system works badly but they aren’t convinced by different options either
A recent BBC documentary – Can Sex Offenders Change? – investigated whether those who have committed sexual crimes against children can ever be safely reintegrated into society.
43% of Conservative voters in England and Scotland would call the police on strangers they see breaking the new COVID-19 rules
Systems that allow players to spend real money for randomised in-game rewards should be subject to gambling rules, say Brits
Affluent Americans are convinced the recession has already begun, whereas affluent Germans aren’t too concerned about the economic effects of the spread of the virus
YouGov asks the public what they think are valid reasons for leaving the house, and compares them against what the police are saying
Britons largely support police responses
YouGov analysis of consumers and corporate reputation.
Nearly half of Britons believe that the average “life sentence” equates to just 15 years in prison
New YouGov data shows low levels of confidence in police and the justice system among the British public
Two in five say youth crime is a major issue in the UK, but the public favours increased funding for rehabilitation over jail time
The government is set to approve the HS2 project, connecting London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. With MPs sitting on both sides of the fence, how does this vast infrastructure project sit with the public?
Britons and healthcare workers say unvaccinated children shouldn’t be allowed to attend state school - but that parents shouldn’t necessarily face fines for failing to protect their children
Over half of women in London have been victim to some kind of unwanted sexual behaviour, with more than one in ten having been flashed by a stranger
Cheap and easy DNA testing is being used to trace ancestry and uncover potential health issues, but should this private data should be accessible to the police and security services?
And so do almost two thirds of Americans
Jurors are often asked to make verdicts in trials based on whether “a reasonable doubt” of guilt exists. But where do Britons put this level of doubt? Is 80% certainty enough? 90%?
The majority also think crime is on the rise nationally and nearly half say crime is also up in their local area
Well… were they right or were they wrong? Should they have been involved in the first place? And – right or wrong – what should happen now?