Tag Archives: ONS

15m have died from Covid – Covid ARG’s 66th report.

Friday Report: Issue 66                                        www.covid-arg.com By: John Roberts, Adele Groyer and Matt Fletcher   COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. … Continue reading

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What are our older workers doing?

Last month , I wrote about the missing 600,000 over fifties who seem to have disappeared from the labour market. I was alerted to this by economist Tony Wilson and now he’s back, looking at the latest ONS Data on … Continue reading

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How many people fund their own care?

Some people complained last Saturday that I produced no blog, my blogs get done early in the morning and on Saturday I’m travelling early to my boat. So I need oven ready content and my good friend Con Keating served … Continue reading

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Progress towards immunization; Covid-ARG’s weekend report

                                                                                                      http://www.covid-arg.com Friday Report: Issue 48 By: Matt Fletcher, Adele Groyer & Dan Ryan COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence.   COVID-19 is still one of the hottest topics for scientific papers and articles. The COVID‑19 … Continue reading

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Govt. data shows the dynamism of Defined Contribution workplace pensions

In the past two weeks, we have had two government reports on the shape of the UK funded pension market. The first – the Office of National Statistics report presents a snapshot of the entire DB/DC market last summer. It … 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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Will Covid unite us and make us kinder?

This little survey by the Office of National Statistics has gone unreported. But it’s worth thinking about. United? There were two Questions: How united or divided do you think Britain was before the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak?; How united or divided … Continue reading

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C19 Actuaries weekly report – 16 May

Every week, more is written on COVID-19 than any individual could possibly read. Collectively, the COVID19 Actuaries Response Group read more about the outbreak than most, so we’ve decided each Friday to provide you with a curated list of the … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – your chances of infection

The Office of National Statistics are now publishing statistics that look at the numbers of us UK Citizens who “have Covid-19”. That of course means different things to different folks, watch the video at the end of this blog for … Continue reading

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Is the UK institutionally ageist?

This week we hear that numbers in England and Wales dying in care homes is exceeding those in hospital. In March Government told these homes the risk of death in homes was “most unlikely”. How did it come to this? … Continue reading

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