It was going pretty well until 2017 began.
It could even lead to a loss of low-skilled manufacturing jobs.
Did phantom migrants affect the EU referendum result more than actual experiences of immigration?
New figures reveal inequality in Britain and the effects of the redistributive tax and benefits system.
A new study finds Muslim women in the UK live in an atmosphere of prejudice.
Immigration is at the heart of the Brexit debate. Here's what the research says about employment.
It's a common assumption that library use is plummeting – but that depends on which libraries you look at.
Not only is council tax on the rise, it's completely out of touch with reality.
Segregation is a major concern for many British people - but there's not as much evidence for it as you might think.
There were more protests in Britain last year than at any time since the 1970s.
Examining the data on whether the number of children in care at some point in their childhood has gone up.
After the middle years of their life, people report increasing levels of happiness. An expert unpicks the data.
Some data shows the gap in employment rates between disabled and non-disabled working-age people has gone down. But other data says the opposite. Here's why.
Crime rates have fallen - but our expert explains that it's too soon to celebrate.
The first to have benefited from the NHS the longest, more marriages and long retirement – but more living with disability too.
The government faces pressure to means test benefits to stop richer elderly people claiming at the expense of their poorer peers.
The sharing economy has not, so far, changed the structure of employment and it would require a sudden and unprecedented shift which reversed very recent trends for it to do so.
As the government looks to further tighten visa rules for non-EU students, how many are choosing to remain after their courses finish?
As universities swallow a £150m cut to their teaching budgets, are they in a stable financial position?
Here's how well do the Eurozone countries look after their citizens.