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Can unemployment kill you?

As new figures show unemployment rising, Senior Research Officer Amanda Hughes analyses the links between being jobless and killer diseases such as heart disease

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How the UK cannabis market has changed as use drops steadily since 2002

Professor Steve Pudney writes on the changing nature of drug trafficking - a move away from imports in favour of UK production

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Pakistani and Bangladeshi people in the UK are more likely than any other group to be paid below the living wage

ISER’s written evidence published by the House of Commons Select Committee on Women and Equality’s Inquiry into Employment Opportunities for Muslims in the UK

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Children were hardest hit by policy changes, along with those in their 30s and early 40s

House of Commons Work and Pension Select Committee publishes ISER evidence as part of Inquiry into Intergenerational Fairness

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