Regulation blog

Ed Humpherson, the Director General for Regulation, team members at the Office for Statistics Regulation and other ad-hoc guest authors present think pieces on how the different areas of the statistical system can affect and benefit the public.

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  • Visa: innovation, brand… and robostat 2.0

    2 February 2018

    At the VISA innovation centre at Paddington in London, I met this little robot.

  • Help shape our priorities…

    25 January 2018

    To help us meet this challenge we are inviting views on our 2018/19 work programme and are requesting your input through our consultation.

  • A robot by any name?

    22 December 2017

    My big problem with my favourite innovation of the year - the Reproducible Analytical Pipeline (RAP) - is this: what should I call it for my end of year blog?

  • Voluntarily Applying the Code

    15 December 2017

    One of the main advantages of applying the Code principles is about enhancing trust by being transparent.

  • Data, quality and the Code

    8 December 2017

    The structure of the Quality pillar is essentially the same as in the draft Code, based around a basic statistics process model: Suitable Data Sources; Sound Methods, and Assured Data…

  • Making Sense of the Code

    17 November 2017

    We partnered with Sense About Science, an independent campaigning charity that challenges the misrepresentation of science and evidence in public life, to meet with nine members of the public.

  • Code consultation: the story so far…

    3 November 2017

    We received more than 100 formal and informal responses to our Code of Practice consultation.

  • Innovation and Experimental Statistics

    27 October 2017

    Innovation should be at the forefront of a statistical system that meets its users’ needs.

  • Ethnicity facts and figures

    13 October 2017

    Credible statistics that command trust are an essential public asset and the lifeblood of democratic debate.

  • End of Code consultation – reflections on our road trip

    5 October 2017

    It has been great to get out and about to speak about the draft Code of Practice for Statistics over the past few months.

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