14th Feb 2018
Falsely claiming to live alone accounts for around 9% of benefit fraud
Benefit claimants saying they were single, when in fact they lived as a couple with another person, was probably the fourth most common type of benefit fraud in 2016/17.
13th Dec 2017
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House building in England
Homelessness in England
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Our Brexit divorce bill will probably be paid off by 2064
Economy introductions: the size of the government deficit
11% of UK engineers are women
32,000 people work in the British steel industry