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United Australia Party may have more backing than polls suggest, with voters too embarrassed to voice support, analysis shows

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Clive Palmer’s United Australia party is burning through its projected $70m election advertising spend, including hour-long television commercials, as a data analyst warns the fringe party could have more backing than...

‘Glass cliff’: only two in 10 female Coalition and Labor candidates in winnable seats, analysis finds

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Female candidates are being overlooked to run in safe seats by both major parties, with new analysis showing just two in 10 female candidates have been put forward for winnable seats at this year’s election, while saf...

Council-run schools outperform academies in England, analysis shows

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Council-maintained schools in England outperform academies in Ofsted rankings, according to analysis published on the day the government’s ambitions for all schools to join multi-academy trusts (Mats) are expected to ...

What happened in the Russia-Ukraine war this week? Catch up with the must-read news and analysis

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Every week we wrap up the must-reads from our coverage of the Ukraine war, from news and features to analysis, visual guides and opinion. The last stronghold of resistance to Russia’s siege of Mariupol, the sprawling...

Russia-Ukraine war: catch up on this week’s must-read news and analysis

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Every week we wrap up the must-reads from our coverage of the Ukraine war, from news and features to analysis, visual guides and opinion. On Monday, Daniel Boffey visited the devastated town of Bucha, speaking to the ...

Analysis: Australia’s busiest state government goes into hibernation

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Both of Victoria’s political leaders were stuck at home this week – Daniel Andrews having tested positive for Covid-19 and Matthew Guy as a close contact of his nine-year-old son. But it probably wouldn’t have made mu...

Women’s Champions League quarter-finals: tie-by-tie analysis

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Bayern Munich ended Wolfsburg’s four-year stranglehold on the German league title last season. The team’s route to the Champions League quarter-finals was straightforward, but a surprise 0-0 draw with Benfica prevente...

Victorian public schools face $20bn funding shortfall, analysis shows

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Victoria’s public schools face a dire funding shortfall of almost $20bn, with new analysis revealing funding growth for private schools is five times higher than for the state’s government schools. Analysis from publi...

Just 29% of students in England with disabilities receiving DSA allowance – analysis

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Support for students with disabilities should be improved, the government has been urged, after analysis showed that fewer than a third receive the disabled students’ allowance (DSA) meant to help them access and thri...

England student loan changes will hit poor hardest, official analysis finds

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Wealthy undergraduates in England will be better off while women, disadvantaged students and those from the north and Midlands are most likely to be worse off under proposed changes to student finance, according to th...

Majority of US abortions in 2020 were medication abortions, analysis finds

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Medication abortion accounted for the majority of all abortions for the first time in US history in 2020, a new analysis by the Guttmacher Institute has shown. Sometimes called the “abortion pill”, medication abortion...

Europe could see out winter on gas reserves if Russian imports stop, says German analysis

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Europe could heat its citizens’ homes and power its industry on existing gas reserves for the remaining months of a relatively mild winter even if the standoff with Moscow over Ukraine were to escalate to a total stop...

England’s poor urban areas have fewest protected green spaces, analysis finds

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Poorer, urban areas in England are the least likely to have protected local green spaces, despite the fact they need them the most, the first analysis of its kind has found. To “level up”, local parks in urban areas n...

Has flu fizzled out? Experts assess the threat to NHS – analysis

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As winter approached the situation appeared perilous. Not only was the UK in the midst of a Covid pandemic, but experts feared familiar respiratory viruses could also hit hard. “I will emphasise that actually flu coul...

Why demise of vaccine mandate plan for NHS staff was inevitable

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The decision to force NHS staff in England to get vaccinated against Covid-19 was always going to generate controversy, but it was also understandable. Sajid Javid’s professed motivation – to protect patients from unj...

Green energy measures saving households £1,000 a year – analysis

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Energy efficiency measures have already saved the average British household about £1,000 a year in energy bills, and further insulation and home improvements could halve future bills, analysis has shown. But the futur...

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