Hello! I’ve had something of a break from writing. It looks like my last post here was in August 2020. My excuse is that I recently started in a new role as a data scientist with the UK government, and so I had to prioritise different things. Even so, writing regularly is import…
Tyler John and William MacAskill have written a book chapter on how political institutions might reform themselves to care more about the long-term fut…
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Before I started Pachinko I was hoping to rediscover a love of the novel that I definitely had growing up, but have steadily lost over time. I think th…
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This post originally appeared in a shorter form on Facebook. It has been updated with the latest data at the time of writing. Public Health England now…
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This post originally appeared on Medium. Recently I’ve been interested in various questions relating to anti-racism, algorithmic bias, and policing. Wh…
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Joseph Schumpeter, the Austrian political economist, once stated that “the budget is the skeleton of the state stripped of all misleading ideologies”. …
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This came across my proverbial desk this morning. Coronavirus: Failure to toughen border measures made pandemic 'much worse' for UK, MPs say I have qui…
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One of the benefits of subscribing to various kinds of updates from government departments is when you catch something like this: A scoping study on th…
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