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“Pandemics are catalysts for change- #buildbackbetter” (Stuart McDonald)

In his most confident thread yet, Stuart McDonald (@actuarybyday) looks again at the weekly data provided by ICNARC and focusses on two key issues, the particular impact on British BAME communities and the statistical congruence between high levels of poverty … Continue reading

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“We’re racist , and that’s the way they we like it…”

“We’re racist, and that’s the way we like it” pic.twitter.com/hKRSerVqzb — M (@wolfxmobz1) June 13, 2020 The prequel It’s a sunny June morning, I had just cycled down the embankment from Blackfriars to turn left over Westminster Bridge. As I … Continue reading

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Public and private responsibilities under CV-19

There is a very good reason to talk out now. ‘The only wrong thing to say is to say nothing’ – Meghan Markle And people of all color have been on Britain’s streets this weekend, making their voices be heard. … Continue reading

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What happened in week 10; science from the COVID Actuaries

  Every week, more is written on COVID-19 than any individual could possibly read. Collectively, the COVID‑19 Actuaries Response Group read more about the outbreak than most, so we’ve decided each Friday to provide you with a curated list of … Continue reading

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