Research, antisemitism, social mobility, car parking

This week we discuss the government’s strategy on research and innovation and the Minister’s intervention on antisemitism. Duncan Exley, former Director of the Equality Trust, has published a book scrutinising the UK’s social mobility problem and we chat Wonkhe’s Car Parking Ranking.

With Luke Myer of Edge Hill Students’ Union; Sarah Barr-Miller of UCAS; and Wonkhe’s David Kernohan.

It’s a very special Yes But Does It Correlate today, featuring the ever-controversial world of league tables. DK has plotted this year’s institutional ranking in the Complete University Guide against the ranking in The Times Good University Guide. The first three places were the same this year, but what about the rest? How similar a result do the different methodologies give? Yes – but does it correlate?

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