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Majority of Hong Kong People Not Proud To Be Chinese Citizens, Study Shows

10th July 2014 16:21

A study with more than 1,000 Hong Kong residents has shown that just one third (33%) of its respondents are proud to be a national citizen of China, with more than six in 10 (62%) stating they are not proud. Individuals aged 50 and above were more likely… Read more...

Survey Shows UK Divided on Government’s Role with the Internet

27th June 2014 13:24

A survey conducted by KPMG and Censuswide has found that UK citizens are divided when it comes to the government’s role in relation to the Internet. Over three quarters (76%) of those polled think the government needs to do more to protect their online… Read more...

Survey Shows Female NHS Employees Feel Less Valued and Involved Than Males

25th June 2014 15:25

A new report, published by Hillcroft House UK Ltd, shows that female NHS employees, in England, feel less valued and included at work than males. Data for the report was collected between 2008 and 2014 and looks into how effectively NHS employees feel equality… Read more...

Market Research Finds Drop in Violent Crime

7th May 2014 16:02

Research conducted by the Violence and Society Research Group at Cardiff University, shows that there were just fewer than 235,000 people who required hospital treatment after a violent incident in 2013, almost 33,000 fewer than in the previous twelve months.… Read more...

Gay Weddings Survey: A Fifth Of Britons Would Not Attend Same-Sex Marriage

28th March 2014 14:57

New legislation allowing same-sex couples to marry comes into force this weekend, but research from BBC Radio 5 Live suggests that one in five Britons would not attend a gay wedding. The legislation has been backed by leaders of the Conservative, Labour and… Read more...

Government Survey Warns UK Companies Not To Underestimate Cyber Threats

2nd December 2013 12:58

A new survey by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has revealed that a mere 14% of FTSE 350 firms are regularly considering cyber threats in their decision making. According to the findings, only a quarter (25%) of leading UK public companies… Read more...

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